James Jones and the Handy Writers' Colony
This story of James Jones and the Handy Colony is a popular account of one of the most unusual writing colonies ever established in the United States.
Between his Army enlistment in 1939 and the wound that sent him to a Memphis hospital in 1943, James Jones suffered the loss of both his mother and his father, a victim of suicide. Psychologically precarious, Jones drank heav...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published April 25th 2001 by Southern Illinois University Press
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