WCL E01: T-Bone Slim – the laureate of the logging camps

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Repost to WCH of the first episode of the Working Class Literature podcast, about the life and work of radical hobo author T-Bone Slim. A prolific columnist for the revolutionary Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union in the United States, he was also a poet and songwriter as well as a barge captain working on the New York waterfront. In this episode WCL speak to Dr Owen Clayton from the University of Lincoln and Slim’s great-grandnephew, John Westmoreland. More info, photos and full show notes here: https://workingclasshistory.com/2019/09/04/wcl-e01-t-bone-slim-the-laureate-of-the-logging-camps/ Support Working Class Literature on patreon and get access to exclusive content at https://patreon.com/workingclassliterature And you can also support WCH and get access to exclusive WCL content at the level of $10 a month and up at https://patreon.com/workingclasshistory We won't be reposting every WCL episode here, so do make sure you subscribe to the Working Class Literature podcast on your favourite podcast app

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