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Writers Gone Wild Podcast #17 for March 13: Henrik Ibsen, Norman Mailer and William Styron, and Kitty Genovese
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 […]
Writers Gone Wild Podcast #16 for March 12: Andrew Carnegie, Roald Dahl and Robert Ludlum
On this day in 1901, millionaire industrialist Andrew Carnegie offers New York City $5.2 million to build 65 branch libraries. He had sold that year the Carnegie Steel Company for […]
Writers Gone Wild Podcast #15 for March 11: Romeo and Juliet, Mary Shelley, Lorraine Hansbury and Douglas Adams
Before we get into today’s episode, the podcast will drop Monday through Friday from now on, to give me more time to work on it and other projects as well. […]
Writers Gone Wild Podcast #14 for March 10: Lord Byron and Zelda Fitzgerald
On this day in 1812, three years after attacking his critics in print, the first two cantos of Lord Byron’s Romantic epic “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage” were published. The narrative poem […]
Writers Gone Wild Podcast #13 for March 9: Voltaire, Lord Byron and Virginia Woolf
On this day in 1765, Voltaire succeeded in getting a French court to exonerate a Huguenot cloth merchant, Jean Calas, of the murder of his son in Toulouse. It was […]
Writers Gone Wild Podcast #12 for March 8: Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin, Thomas Wolfe, Sherwood Anderson and Jim Bouton
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 […]
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Love the Zelda Fitzgerald Podcast.
It’s so good.