Working Class Literature on T-Bone Slim

The first episode of Working Class Literature, a sister podcast to Working Class History, features the life and work of T-Bone Slim. Like so many figures of our history, his important contributions are largely forgotten, but it was eye-opening and inspiring to encounter his writings for the first time.

The first episode of Working Class Literature, a sister podcast to Working Class History, features the life and work of T-Bone Slim. Like so many figures of our history, his important contributions are largely forgotten, but it was eye-opening and inspiring to encounter his writings for the first time.

Podcast episode 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.

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

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