Mark Twain In Person Vol. 2

Studio recordings of the best monologues from Richard Henzel’s one man play Mark Twain In Person. Selections include the familiar and the rarely heard: excerpts from Mark...

The Death of Jean

The death of Mark Twain's daughter, Jean Clemens, occurred early in the morning of December 24, 1909. A few hours later he was writing steadily. "I am setting it down," he said,...

The Private History of a Campaign that Failed

This is the story of Mark Twain's brief career as a Confederate soldier at the beginning of the American Civil War. Mark Twain’s "private history" is told from the viewpoint of...

Mark Twain In Person Vol. 1

Studio recordings of the best monologues from Richard Henzel’s one man play Mark Twain In Person. Selections include the familiar and the rarely heard excerpts from Mark...

The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut

In this unabridged recording of one of Mark Twain's lesser-known short stories, the "campaign of crime" referred to was a rash of robberies, arson, racketeering, and murders in...

Those Extraordinary Twins Mark Twain's First Draft of Pudd'nhead Wilson

A man of many firsts, Mark Twain was the first author to use the typewriter and the first person to have a telephone in his home (which no doubt made him the first person to swear...