American author and literary critic who also served as editor of THE BRAND NEW York Times. He’s most famous for just two autobiographical functions: Intoxicated by My Disease and Kafka Was the Trend. He was created right into a Louisiana Creole category of combined racial history, and he shifted from New Orleans to NEW YORK through the Great Melancholy. His posthumously-published autobiography, Kafka Was the Trend: A Greenwich Town Memoir, information his post-World Battle II existence as students and bookseller within the Greenwich Town neighborhood of NEW YORK. He was wedded double — to Aida Sanchez and Sandy Nelson — and got three kids. Broyard hidden his African-American history from both his web publishers and his kids, a position of racial pity which was harshly critiqued by African-American historian Henry Louis Gates.