DELL FRANKLIN SALUTES THE FOLLOWING FRIENDS:
ColdType Magazine "Writing worth reading from around the world." All free, in PDF format. Publishes compelling writers from around the world, like Dell Franklin. (coldtype.net)
Fetching Companions Retriever Rescue Nonprofit Southern California organizaton that specializes in the rescuing, fostering, and re-homing of retrieving dog breeds. The one-time home of Wilbur the Chocolate Labrador. (fetchingcompanions.org)
Irv Noren (baseball-reference.com) Friend and teammate of Murray Franklin, Dell recently caught up with this PCL legend, two-sport athlete, and oldest living New York Yankee. Read even more about Irv on his Wikipedia page.
Jewish Baseball Museum (jewishbaseballmuseum.com) A site "dedicated to telling the compelling stories of the Jewish players, executives and others who have had a profound impact on the game. Read an article about Murray Franklin, Dell's father.
John Schulian (johnschulian.com) Award-winning sports journalist, author and screenwriter that penned the 1993 Sports Illustrated article "Of Stars and Angels" about the 1953 brawl between the Los Angeles Angels and the Hollywood Stars. His newest novel is "A Better Goodbye" available December 2015.
Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone Magazine The archives of reporter, author, and Rolling Stone contributor Matt Taibbi, a favorite of Dell Franklin's.
New Times of San Luis Obispo Weekly alternative newspaper, with the largest circulation in region. Covers local news, politics, opinion, food, wine, arts and entertainment (newtimesslo.com)
The Dan Patrick Show Website of sports radio talk show host and former ESPN anchor Dan Patrick, and his Danettes. Syndicated show that features sports figures and celebrities, with podcasts. A favorite of Dell Franklin's. (danpatrick.com)
The Dave Congalton Show on 920 KVEC Hometown radio for San Luis Obispo County and the Central Coast. Daily unbiased talk radio featuring local guests like Dell Franklin. (920kvec.com)
"The Edge of Freedom" Cayucos writer John Willingham's fact-based novel of the Texas Revolution. (edgeoffreedom.net) His essay "John Graves, Larry McMurtry, and the Nature of Goodbyes" can be found at The Southwest Review.
The Rogue Voice: A Literary Magazine With an Edge Online edition of the literary journal that Dell Franklin founded in 2005, now published by Editor Stacey Warde. (theroguevoice.com)
Todd Young on Facebook and Twitter The social media sites of Cayucos poet, musician, and frequent Rogue Voice contributor, Todd Young.
"Upper Columbia Flyfisher" by Steven Bird, from Amato Publishing: From Amato: "A departure from the standard destination featuring in-depth information on the finest big trout dry-fly fishing the world-famous Columbia River has to offer. Also available at Amazon.com. Steven Bird lives in Morro Bay and occasionally contributes to the Rogue Voice.