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IRVING MILO SHEPARD
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Milo Shepard: The Complete Man. Nov. 26, 1925 – Oct. 10, 2010.
THE KLONDIKE CABIN
Klondike cabin
The Klondike cabin is on display at Jack London Square, Oakland where London buffs can see it.
THE CALL OF THE WILD
The book was a passport to instant world acclaim. It not only became a classic, but it also opened a new era of literature.
POETRY AND PLAYS
Jack London first became interested in poetry during the year he spent at Oakland High School and the one semester of his college education at the University of California.
J. L. WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Jack London Foundation, Inc., "Woman-of-the-Year" presented at the 44th Jack London Birthday Banquet on January 18, 2014, at Ramekins Culinary School & Inn, Sonoma, CA.
Jack London's Poetry
Complete Bibliography of Jack London's Poetry
List of Female Characters
A list of female characters found in short stories written by Jack London
First Published Story
Two Gold Bricks London's FIRST PUBLISHED short story.
Typhoon Off the Coast of Japan, is the first story ever written by London for publication
Jack London
First Story For Publication
His first story ever written for publication, “Typhoon Off the Coast of Japan”.
The Last Story
The Water Baby the LAST STORY London ever wrote.
Famous London Photo
Russ Kingman's article regarding London's famous photo
Ina Coolbrith
Ina Coolbrith Jack London's Literary Mother
London Chronology
A Jack London abbreviated chronology
Timeline
Timeline and Index of Titles, a complete list of Jack London's books.
Select Bibliography
Selected Bibliography a list of primary sources.
London Book Covers
JL Book Collection book covers & photos.
Special Printings
Special Printings of Biographical Works, Criticism and Bibliography
FIRST POSTHUMOUS JACK LONDON BIOGRAPHY
The following fictionalized biography of Jack London was written by Rose Wilder Lane (1886-1968) and was serialized in eight monthly installments in Sunset, The Pacific Monthly.
EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION
A 20-part, 94,340-word series on Jack London's short fiction. Plot description, commentary, with extended critique on the more important of London's short stories. All 197 of London's stories are linked to this first-of-a-kind series written by award-winning American writer, Dale L. Walker.
A SPECIAL BOOK POSTING
Vil Bykov memoirsIn the Steps of Jack LondonBy Dr. Vil Bykov
Vil Bykov memoirs. Intimate knowledge on Jack London's life and descendants"Vil Bykov's book being available for the entire English-speaking world is a big event for anyone who has any remote connection with or interest in Jack London's life and work." says Julia Istomina, who assisted in the translation of Bykov's memoir.
The book describes Bykov's visits to parts of the world where London lived and wrote, the author's meetings with London's descendants and those who were acquainted with him, about new details of London's biography.
A RARE COLLECTION
Since proper permission was obtained from the Jack London estate, we've posted two unpublished essays "Principles of the Republican Party" and "Telic Action and Collective Stupidity," along with twenty-six rare poems, unpublished book forewords, and uncollected journalism, all contributed by London scholar Daniel J. Wichlan.
Letters (1903) is a debate about love and marriage, as well as an epistolary novel. A collaboration between Jack London and Anna Strunsky which took twenty-two months writing.
A rare out of print two-volume book written by Jack's widow unveils the writer's personality, contains many quotes, letters, and conversations along with illustrations. -=TWOJL
". . .I warn, therefore, that this book is written only for those sincere and open-minded folk who want to know the real and living facts that I can tell." – Charmian K. London
By Dr. Earl J. Wilcox
"The Darwinian concept of survival of the fittest is carefully woven into this pattern of man's struggles. In no less than ten of the first twenty-five stories the survival motif dominates the action. . . ."
A REVISED CLASSIC RESEARCH AID
The Fiction of Jack London: A Chronological Bibliography by Dale L. Walker and James E. Sisson III, out of print for 30 years, has now been extensively revised, updated and expanded by Walker and London scholar Daniel J. Wichlan.
RESEARCH AID COMPILED BY JO ANNE SHARPE
Jo Anne SharpeCompiled by Jo Anne Sharpe, this research aid provides an alphabetical listing of contents, and a cross-reference to this listing by author and topic, with an introduction by the late newsletter founder and editor Hensley C. Woodbridge.
Who burned Jack London's mansion, Wolf House, to the ground? Taken from Dale L. Walker's book, THE CALAMITY PAPERS WESTERN MYTHS AND COLD CASES.
The Call of the WildTribute to America's Greatest World Novel
By Dr. Earle Labor
"According to Joan London, her father had intended to write The Call of the Wild as "a companion to [his] other dog story, 'Batard,'" hoping to redeem the species from the diabolical stigma that characterized his earlier cannine. . ."
The Jack London Death Controversy
SUICIDE CANARD EXPOSED 
Check the articles by a veteran London scholar and a distinguished physician to understand the critical issues involved in the controversy about London's death.
Wolf Dying
From Dale L. Walker's book,
THE CALAMITY PAPERS WESTERN MYTHS AND COLD CASES
Was it suicide or disease?
Read why London could not have...
My daddy did not kill himself
I have what is proof to me that he did not. – Becky London Fleming
A Comparative Study
Study of Jack London's death depicted by various biographers – By Lou Leal
Jack London's Gravesite
Photos of Jack London's gravesite along with comments by his wife and friends.
The Writing Game
Jack London's Family
Jack London's Journalism
The Dignity of Dollars
OVERLAND MONTHLY – 1900
The Story of an Eyewitness
COLLIER'S – 1906
Mexico's Army and Ours
COLLIER'S – May 39, 1914
Editorial Crimes – A Protest
DILETTANTE – 1901
The Impossibility of War
OVERLAND MONTHLY – 1900
Jack London's War
THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR
THE GATEWAY TO ADVENTURE
Library contains books of novels, stories, journalism, and essaysIf you haven't read Jack London before, you won't want to stop. If you're already a Jack London fan, you know his stories and novels are even more exciting the second time around. During his time he was the best paid and most popular author in the world.
SELECTED SHORT STORIES
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JACK LONDON'S MUSEUM
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Charmian London built the House of Happy Walls in 1919-1926; three years after Jack London's death.
JACK LONDON'S BOAT
The World Cruise
The extensive itinerary of the cruise was planned for a leisurely seven years. The Snark had been designed...
The Inconceivable and Monstrous
The Snark should sail on October 1, 1906. That she did not...
What Happened to the Snark?
Read this brief but interesting article By WINIFRED KINGMAN
Treasures of the South Seas
From the Snark cruise came this tapa cloth treasure. By CONNIE KALE JOHNSON
Going Round the World
Preliminary Letter From Jack London
WHO JACK LONDON WAS
WHAT'S COOKIN' JACK?
A Wild Duck
  Jack's Recipes
include his favorite dish, "ten-minute" wild duck.
  Charmian's Recipe
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Read, The Call of the Wild
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