Hentoff, Nat(han Irving)

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HENTOFF, Nat(han Irving)

HENTOFF, Nat(han Irving). American, b. 1925. Genres: Novels, Young adult fiction, Civil liberties/Human rights, Music, Social commentary. Career: Down Beat Magazine, NYC, associate ed., 1953-57; Village Voice, NYC, columnist, 1957-; Jazz Review, co-founder and co-ed., 1958-60; New Yorker, staff writer, 1960-97; Washington Post, columnist, 1984-99; Washington Times, columnist, 2000-. Publications: The Jazz Life, 1961; The Peace Agitator, 1963; The New Equality, 1964; Jazz Country, 1965; Call the Keeper, 1966; Our Children Are Dying, 1966; Onwards, 1967; A Doctor among the Addicts, 1967; I'm Really Dragged but Nothing Gets Me Down, 1967; Journey into Jazz, 1968; A Political Life: The Education of John V. Lindsay, 1969; In the Country of Ourselves, 1971; (with others) State Secrets: Police Surveillance in America, 1973; This School Is Driving Me Crazy, 1976; Jazz Is, 1976; Does Anybody Give a Damn, 1977; The First Freedom, 1979; Does This School Have Capital Punishment?, 1981; Blues for Charlie Darwin, 1982; The Day They Came to Arrest the Book, 1982; The Man from Internal Affairs, 1983; Boston Boy: A Memoir, 1986; American Heroes: In and Out of School, 1987; John Cardinal O'Connor: At the Storm Center of a Changing American Catholic Church, 1988; Free Speech for Me-But Not for Thee, 1992; Listen to the Stories, 1995; Speaking Freely: A Memoir, 1997; Living the Bill of Rights: How to Be an Authentic American, 1998; The Nat Hentoff Reader, 2001; The War on the Bill of Rights and the Gathering Resistance, 2003; American Music!, 2004. EDITOR: (with N. Shapiro) Hear Me Talkin' to Ya, 1955; The Jazz Makers, 1957; (with A. McCarthy) Jazz, 1959; The Collected Essays of A.J. Muste, 1966. Address: c/o The Village Voice, 37 W 12th St, New York, NY 10011, U.S.A.