A twentieth-century American writer, he is most widely known for his popular 1944 novel, The Shed Weekend, which describes a five-day alcoholic binge in Manhattan. He’s also kept in mind for his second book, Nov Valor (1946). After briefly going to Syracuse University or college, he worked like a freelance journalist in NEW YORK. His sibling and sister had been both killed inside a teach and car collision. He wedded Rhoda Copland Booth in 1938. His book, The Shed Weekend, was converted to an attribute film aimed by Billy Wilder.