An American novelist and brief story writer, he’s known for such works as Golk (1960), Europe or Along with Baggish and Schreiber (1961), and Stitch (1965). He trained for quite some time at the School of Chicago. He received a PhD in the School of Iowa and eventually trained at Connecticut University. He received the American Academy of Arts and Words’ Medal of Merit. He was raised in NEW YORK and afterwards graduated in the School of NEW YORK at Chapel Hill. He wedded Alane Rollings. He was praised by fellow article writer Anthony Burgess.