Let’s talk AMERICA and how it was portrayed, lovingly believe it or not, by Sinclair Lewis in his work Main Street.

Show Notes

Social Justice Links!  We’re all in this together, so let’s support each other.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

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Donate to Planned Parenthood to support the health of women!

Let’s take care of our Veterans and their families!  DAV is a great place!

St. Jude’s is a wonderful charity to donate to.  Take care of our little ones having health issues!

Help feed those who are suffering from hunger in the U.S.

UNICEF does a lot of good, for a lot of causes.

This is a link to the Scares that Care charity.  This charity means a lot to me as a horror creator, so please check it out and donate if you can.

And lastly, this podcast is made mostly possible by Wikipedia. Please help keep knowledge free.

Here are the links relating to the episode:

The page calls this a Nobel Prize Biographical.  It’s a biography that Sinclair Lewis wrote about himself after having won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Five Interesting Facts About Sinclair Lewis!

This is from the Sinclair Lewis Society page.  It’s the “official” reason for why he declined to accept the Pulitzer Prize.

This is that wonderful post that I referenced in the episode, the one that seems to struggle with whether or not Main Street is a bildungsroman.  There’s more to it and all of it is fascinating.