Monique Hamm, writer and EMT, has launched a podcast, “Authors in Ambulances,” that explores connections between arts and emergency medicine. Her first subject is my grandfather John Dos Passos, who […]
My new article on my grandfather John Dos Passos’s love of the sea, “The World at the End of a Line,” is published online (and soon, in print) at The […]
Third Biennial John Dos Passos Society Conference (June 20-22, 2018, Lisbon, Portugal) Abstract Submission Deadline: January 31, 2018 Graduate students wishing to be considered for supplemental travel funding must submit […]
Reading a bit of Virginia Spencer Carr’s bio of John Dos Passos for a writing gig. She writes that in 1916, Harvard did not yet have a single course in […]
Had a lovely time visiting Jamie Morris’ book talk and signing last week at One More Page Books in Arlington, Virginia. He told some great stories that kept the audience […]
Dos Who? When one thinks of the American modernist pantheon—and who doesn’t at least three times daily?—I suspect the usual names rise to the fore: Ernest Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, F. […]
Publishers Weekly has released its review of The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War. Here is an excerpt: As Morris perceptively argues, “Unlike […]
My grandfather’s birthday is a great time to spread word about James McGrath Morris’ forthcoming book on the Dos Passos-Hemingway friendship. The adventure arrives March 28!