Posts Tagged: james mcgrath morris

Dos Passos in The Washington Post

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Coming of age in the Washington DC area, learning how to write and finding my way as a writer, I’ve long loved The Washington Post. It represents Woodward and Bernstein. It represents truth. The First Amendment. The end of the Nixon era. I’m delighted to see Gary Krist’s review of James McGrath Morris’ Hemingway-Dos Passos… Read more »

Dos Passos in The Daily Beast

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Biographer James McGrath Morris, author of the new book The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War, pens a wonderful guest piece in The Daily Beast. It’s a concise contrast of the two authors’ visions for art and authorship. A selection: To Hemingway and Dos Passos, the war had… Read more »

John Dos Passos Birthday – Jan 14

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Happy Birthday, grandfather! This is a fine occasion to spread word about James McGrath Morris” forthcoming book on the Dos Passos-Hemingway friendship. The adventure arrives March 28, 2017!