Holden Caulfield

We are happy to announced that we have retained the services of Holden Caulfield¹ as a regular contributor on our site, Spoofing Willy Street.

Mr. Caulfield, the product of several boy’s boarding schools, has a real unique way of communicating and has been virtually silent since being treated and released from a southern California “hospital” sometime after 1951.

We here at Spoofing Willy Street believe the acquisition of Mr. Caulfield as a contributing author to be a real coup for the Madison area literary community.  We look forward to seeing what he has to say about the restaurants, bars, galleries, shops, coffeehouse and live entertainment venues of the area and the Marquette Neighborhood as a whole.

We will add links to this page as we post the contributions of Mr. Caulfield to the site and you can click on the “Holden Caulfield” category to get a roll of all his blog posts.


I’m Holden Caulfield
Connect with SpoofingWilly
Mickey’s Tavern on Willy Street
Holden Caulfield’s Eulogy for Don Rickles
Holden Caulfield on Valentines Day

¹Holden Caulfield is the fictional teenage protagonist and narrator of author J. D. Salinger’s 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye, ©Little, Brown and Company, Boston. 1951
The credit for the illustration cannot be given as it is unknown other than the artist signature on the work which appears to be “Tina Walter 2010”