New Biography by Clarice Stasz "Jack London's Women" published.
Online Text: The night born
Jack London's Birthday.
Tarnel did a lot of enhancement work for the
timeline. Worth visiting!
Jeremiah Creedon, senior editor of the Utne Reader Magazine granted
us kindly permission to post his article "The
Call of Jack London" on our site. Enjoy!
Roy Tennant is pleased to announce that the Jack London Collection at
the Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE now has a number of curriculum
materials for high school students, donated by Gary Reidl and Thomas
Tietze of Wayzata Senior High, Plymouth, MN. The study questions, vobulary
worksheets, tests, and other materials are for a number of London's
stories and books, including "To Build a Fire" and The Sea-Wolf.
These materials can be accessed at:
and are all in Adobe Acrobat format.
Timeline enlarged by Tarnel Abbott. Family-Story
continued by Helen Abbott
We took an article from the "Military History" by John Mancini
about JL as war-correspondent during the russo-japonese war at 1904.
Read about the details.
At this very moment we start the "Jack London International Site"
featured by our new staff-members Helen and Tarnel Abbott. Welcome on
The program for the Fifth Biennial Jack London Society Symposium is
now online at http://sunsite.Berkeley.edu/London/Organizations/5thprogram.html.
There is also a link from the main Jack London Society site, at http://sunsite.Berkeley/edu/London/Organizations.
There are a few minor changes to be made in the final printed program,
but nearly everything is in the online version.
Search engine included. Search brief
Complete List of publications online
Materials by courtesy of Richard Bond
English version of timeline.
We spoke with an astrologer and loaded up a comprehensive astrological
analysis of JL in german language. We are looking forward to translate
it soon. By the time, there's the radix-painting to see.
Jack London Movies Shop integrated. Search for JL-Movies directly.
Jack London Movies online. German translations will follow.
New version of links, now categorized in "life", "work",
"history" and "misc. JL-sites".
Roy Tennant is "pleased to announce that the Berkeley Digital Library
SunSITE has digitized the first edition of London's "The Road", which
is now available at: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/London/Writings/TheRoad/
This account of his days as a hobo is profusely illustrated with photographs
(staged) and drawings, all of which are available in the digital text
as inline thumbnails. Clicking on the thumbnail will then pull up a
slightly larger-than-life version. This work was digitized by request
of Stefan Etzel".
Jack London timeline in german just uploaded. English Version will follow.
Nice message from Clarice Stazs from Berkeley University.
Pretty fitting to Goethes Birthday the fully working version of the
slideshow is on air
Gallery included with a selection of pictures, links to the Sunsite-Images
and a little slideshow "The Road",
wich will be completed soon. And btw: we got two awards!
starts with some translations. But Stefans "working class hero"
is still missing. When will he come out with a proper trans?
German version almost ready.