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Essay imagines lunch between Kaylie and James Jones

Kaylie Jones' imagined lunch with her father is included in the collection One Last Lunch: A Final Meal with Those Who Meant So Much to Us. Her essay was written as the malaria-fueled fever dreams of her father, James Jones, who was serving in WWII. One Last Lunch is edited by Erica Heller, daughter of… Continue reading Essay imagines lunch between Kaylie and James Jones

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2020 James Jones Fellow and Runner-Up Named

The 28th annual James Jones First Novel Fellowship has been awarded to Morgan M. X. Schulz for his novel-in-progress, Good Morning, Dr. Du Bois. Morgan received $10,000 from the James Jones Literary Society and the Maslow Family Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Wilkes University. Morgan is a graduate of West Point. He served as… Continue reading 2020 James Jones Fellow and Runner-Up Named

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2019 James Jones First Novel Fellow Named

The 27th annual James Jones First Novel Fellowship has been awarded to Marco Kaye of Maplewood, New Jersey, for his novel, Levon. Kaye was named Fellow and will receive a  $10,000 check. The Fellowship is co-sponsored by the James Jones Literary Society and the Maslow Family Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Wilkes University. Marco… Continue reading 2019 James Jones First Novel Fellow Named