An American writer, he’s particularly known for novels occur Brooklyn, NY. His best-known functions include A Significant Lifestyle and Cowboys Don’t Cry. He released his first book, Whence BASICALLY HE PREVIOUSLY Fled, in 1968 and eventually worked being a journalist for Harper’s Newspaper. He released his final book, Walking Little, in 1974. He was raised in NEW YORK. His dad, Maurice Davis, was wiped out in World Battle II. He and Dorothy Baker both received Guggenheim Fellowships.