Bill MinutaglioBill Minutaglio is a journalist, educator and author of nine books. He is the recipient of a PEN Center USA Literary Award and has served as a professor at The University of Texas at Austin, where he was given The Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award.
His book ''Dallas 1963'' (co-written with Steven L. Davis) won the PEN award and was named among the best books of the year by ''The Washington Post's'' "The Fix,"'' The New Republic'', ''Kirkus Reviews'', ''The Seattle Times'', ''The Kansas City Star'', ''The Oklahoman'' and other places.
''The Daily Beast'' said his book ''Dallas 1963'' (co-written with Steven L. Davis) was one of the five most important books written about the death of President John F. Kennedy, along with works by Norman Mailer, Don DeLillo and others.
His book ''The Most Dangerous Man in America: Timothy Leary, Richard Nixon and the Hunt for the Fugitive King of LSD'' (co-written with Steven L. Davis) was named a ''National Public Radio'' Book of the Year and was optioned by the film company that co-produced Steven Spielberg's movie ''The Post''.
His book ''City on Fire: The Explosion That Devastated a Texas Town and Ignited a Historic Legal Battle'' was optioned by Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures. ''City on Fire'' was named by ''Esquire'' magazine as one of the greatest stories of human survival, along with works by Ernest Hemingway and others.
His book ''First Son: George W. Bush & The Bush Family Dynasty'', was the first biography written about President Bush. Director Oliver Stone cited the book in interviews about Stone’s movie ''W.''.
Based in Texas, Minutaglio's books and journalism often center on race and social inequities. The ''Austin American-Statesman'' said he ″has long been regarded as one of the great writers in Texas … Minutaglio wrote exquisite long-form pieces about Texas poverty in a time of plenty.″
Inducted into The Texas Institute of Letters, his work has appeared in ''The New York Times'', ''The Guardian'',''Newsweek'', ''The Washington Post'', ''Los Angeles Times'', ''Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists'', ''Scotland on Sunday'', ''Outside'', ''Esquire'', ''The New Republic'' and other places.
His other books are: ''In Search of the Blues: A Journey to the Soul of Black Texas''; ''Molly Ivins: A Rebel Life''; T''he President’s Counselor: The Rise to Power of Alberto Gonzales''; ''Locker Room Mojo''; ''The Hidden City''. Provided by Wikipedia
The most dangerous man in America : Timothy Leary, Richard Nixon & the hunt for the fugitive king of LSD /“...Minutaglio, Bill. Most dangerous man in America....”
The most dangerous man in America : Timothy Leary, Richard Nixon and the hunt for the fugitive king of LSD /“...Minutaglio, Bill Most dangerous man in America : Timothy Leary, Richard Nixon and the hunt...”
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