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This day in literary history from Bill Peschel, author of “Writers Gone Wild” and “The Complete, Annotated Whose Body?”

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This day in literary history from Bill Peschel, author of “Writers Gone Wild” and “The Complete, Annotated Whose Body?”

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Love the Zelda Fitzgerald Podcast. It’s so good.

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Love the Zelda Fitzgerald Podcast. It’s so good.
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Writers Gone Wild

Latest release on Mar 13, 2012

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Rank #1: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #12 for March 8: Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin, Thomas Wolfe, Sherwood Anderson and Jim Bouton

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On this day in 1932, Henry Miller took Anaïs Nin to a Paris hotel room where they made love for the first time. He was an impoverished writer who moved […]

Mar 08 2012

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Rank #2: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #11 for March 7: Robert Frost, 2 Live Crew

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On this day in 1923, Robert Frost’s most famous poem, “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” was published in the New Republic. He was living in South Shaftsbury, Vermont, […]

Mar 07 2012

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Rank #3: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #10 for March 6: Louisa May Alcott, John Stuart Mill and Dylan Thomas

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On this day in 1888, Louisa May Alcott, the author of “Little Women,” died at the age of 55, on the day of her father’s burial. She had worked from […]

Mar 06 2012

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Rank #4: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #9 for March 5: Charlotte Bronte, Dylan Thomas and Tom Clancy

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On this day in 1839, Charlotte Bronte wrote a letter. Rev. Henry Nussey, the brother of her best friend, Ellen, had asked for her hand in marriage. There were a […]

Mar 05 2012

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Rank #5: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #8 for March 4: John Bunyan, George Sand and Frédéric Chopin, Sherlock Holmes and Ernest Hemingway

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On this day in 1675, a warrant was issued for the arrest of nonconformist minister John Bunyan for preaching without a license from the king. He had been a wanderer […]

Mar 04 2012

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Rank #6: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #7 for March 3: Helen Keller, Anthony Comstock, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Arthur Koestler

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On this day in 1887, Anne Sullivan began teaching six year old Helen Keller how to connect to a world she could neither see nor hear. She began by spelling […]

Mar 03 2012

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Rank #7: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #6 for March 2: D.H. Lawrence, Juvenal, Tom Wolfe and Dr. Seuss

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On this day in 1930, D.H. Lawrence died at his rented home in Vence, France. Two days later, he was buried in the town cemetery. It was not to be […]

Mar 02 2012

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Rank #8: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #5 for March 1: Geoffrey Chaucer, James Murray and Astounding Science Fiction

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On this day in 1360, the Keeper of the King’s Wardrobe paid £16, the equivalent about $15,000 to ransom a soldier who had been captured in the Burgundy region during […]

Mar 01 2012

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Rank #9: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #3 for Feb. 28: Henry Fielding, Upton Sinclair and Ben Hecht

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On this day in 1749, Henry Fielding’s monumental novel “Tom Jones” was published, and helped establish the book as a means of conveying entertainment and enlightenment. A longtime lawyer and […]

Feb 28 2012

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Rank #10: Writers Gone Wild Podcast #17 for March 13: Henrik Ibsen, Norman Mailer and William Styron, and Kitty Genovese

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On this day in 1891, Henrik Ibsen’s play “Ghosts” opened for one night only at The Independent Theatre in London. The play had run into trouble with the Lord Chamberlain’s […]

Mar 13 2012

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