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(December 5, 1935- ) Born in Kansas City, Missouri. Graduated from Yale in 1957. Worked as reporter for Time from 1960 to 1963, after which he became a New Yorker staff writer (1963- ). Also wrote columns for The Nation (1978-85), a syndicated column (1986-95), and columns for Time (1996- ). His books include An Education in Georgia (1964), Barnett Frummer Is an Unbloomed Flower (1969), U.S. Journal (1971), American Fried (1974), Runestruck (1977), Alice, Let's Eat (1978), Floater (1980), Uncivil Liberties (1982), Third Helpings (1983), Killings (1984), With All Disrespect (1985), If You Can't Say Something Nice (1987), Travels with Alice (1989), Enough's Enough (1990), American Stories (1991), Remembering Denny (1993), Deadline Poet (1994), Too Soon To Tell (1995), Messages from My Father (1996), Family Man (1998), and Tepper Isn't Going Out (2001).