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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Mar 21, 2014-|
Nov 14, 2014
02:00PM - 04:00PM
|Jack London Book Discussion Group|
2400 Jack London Ranch Road Glen Ellen, CA
Jack London State Historic Park announces the formation of the Jack London Book Discussion Group. The group will meet March through November and will be led by two Jack London scholars, Susan Nuernberg, Ph.D. and Iris Jamahl Dunkle, Ph.D. Participants can attend individual sessions or sign up for the series. Books should be available in the museum bookshop.
The discussion group will be held in the Terrace Picnic area next to the Cottage, accessed via the Ranch parking lot. Cost, which does not include parking, is $10 for individual sessions or $45 for all 5 meetings. (parking fee of $10 is payable at the entrance kiosk. Registration for the Book Club discussions is available online. Call (707) 938-5216 for questions or more information.
Schedule of Books
March 21 Martin Eden (1909) by Jack London
May 16 John Barleycorn (1913) by Jack London
July 18 & September 19 The Book of Jack London, Volumes 1 & 2 by Charmian London
November 14 Jack London: An American Life by Earle Labor
Susan Nuernberg is professor emerita of English at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, a past president of the Jack London Society, and a former Jack London scholar-in-residence at Sonoma State University.
Iris Jamahl Dunkle's debut poetry collection, “Gold Passage,” won the Trio Award and was published by Trio House Press in 2013.
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