To Write with Power

by Abby Wendle


Woody Guthrie was born in Okemah, Oklahoma, on July 14th, 1912. To celebrate his one-hundred-second birthday, we’re listening to Woody sing, folks read his writing, and folklorist Guy Logsdon discuss Woody’s roots.

Bound for Glory, an autobiography
Seeds of Man, an autobiographical novel
Pastures of Plenty: A Self Portrait, miscellaneous works published after death
Born to Win, miscellaneous works published after death
Woody Sez, Collected articles written for People’s World during the 30’s
House of Earth, a recently discovered and published novel

I’ll Eat You, I’ll Drink You by Woody Guthrie.
Dust Bowl Refugee by Woody Guthrie.
Buffalo Skinners by Woody Guthrie.
Bulbs by Peter Kerlin Octet.
Kvallsol by Lithis.
Snake Eats Electric Blanket by Peter Kerlin Octet.