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Thomas Mallon

Thomas Mallon, American writer. Recipient Ingram Merrill award, 1994, National Book Critics Circuit citation for excellence in reviewing, 1998, Great Lakes Book award for fiction, 1998; Rockefeller Foundation fellow, 1986-1987, Guggenheim fellow, 2000-2001. Member Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association American, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Mallon, Thomas was born on November 2, 1951 in Glen Cove, New York, United States. Son of Arthur Vincent and Caroline (Moruzzi) Mallon.

  • Education

    • AB, Brown University, 1973. AM, Harvard University, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1978.

    Career

    • Assistant professor English Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1979-1985, associate professor, 1985-1989, lecturer in English, 1989-1991. Literature editor Gentlemen's Quarterly, New York City, 1991-1995, writer-at-large, 1995-1999. Member National Council on Humanities, 2002—2005.

      Deputy chairman National Endowment of the Humanities, Washington, 2005—2006. Professor English George Washington University, since 2007, director creative writing program, since 2010.

    Works

    • Primary Care: Art and Science of Advanced Practice Nursing
    • The premier reference for advanced practice nurses providing primary care, written by nurse practitioners for nurse practitioners in collaboration with a physician! This respected text offers a solid understanding of the theoretical foundation of nursing practice as well as comprehensive patient-care guidance based on the latest scientific evidence.
    • Primary Care: Art and Science of Advanced Practice Nursing
    • The premier reference for APNs providing primary care! Written by nurse practitioners for nurse practitioners in collaboration with a physician, this popular text builds a solid understanding of the theoretical foundation of nursing practice, while also providing comprehensive patient-care guidance based on the latest scientific evidence.
    • Dewey Defeats Truman
    • From a writer whose last book, Henry and Clara, prompted John Updike to declare Thomas Mallon one of the most interesting American novelists at work, comes a story that perfectly captures the delightful romance and wistful magic of our recent, and more innocent, past.
    • Henry and Clara
    • A recreation of the tragic story of Henry and Las Rathbone, the young couple who sat in the President's box on the night of Lincoln's assassination, describes how the event changed their lives forever, leading to guilt, madness, and ultimately, murder.

    Membership

    Member Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association American, Phi Beta Kappa.
    Thomas Mallon
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    Born November 2, 1951
    (age 66)
    • 1973
      Brown University
    • 1974
      Harvard University
    • 1978
      Harvard University
    • 1979 - 1985
      Assistant, professor English Vassar College
      Poughkeepsie, New York, United States
    • 1991 - 1995
      literature editor Gentlemen's Quarterly
    • 2002 - 2005
      member, National Council on Humanities
    • 2005 - 2006
      deputy chairman, National Endowment of the Humanities
      Washington, United States
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