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Thomas McGrath

Thomas McGrath was born on a North Dakota farm in 1916. He attended the University of North Dakota, Louisiana State University, New College, and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. During World War II he served in the Air Force and was blacklisted for his political convictions during the McCarthy era. He worked as a documentary film scriptwriter, was founder and first editor of the literary magazine Crazy Horse, and received two Bush Foundation Fellowships, a Guggenheim, a National Endowment for the Arts Senior Fellowship, and a Shelley Memorial Award. McGrath died in 1990.


Lenore Marshall/The Nation Prize

Shelley Memorial Award

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