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Thomas Mallon

An American novelist, literary critic, and nonfiction author, he’s most widely known for such historical fiction works as Watergate and Henry and Clara. His nonfiction works consist of Yours Ever, A Reserve of One’s Very own, and Stolen Phrases. He attended Dark brown University and afterwards gained an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Harvard. He received both an Ingram Merrill Base Prize and a Rockefeller Fellowship. He was raised on Long Isle. He and his partner afterwards resolved in Washington, D.C. He was the literary editor of GQ; David Furnish was a contributor towards the same magazine.

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