Louis D. Rubin


Louis D. Rubin, Jr., in his long and distinguished career, has had an immeasurable impact on Southern writing—as novelist, essayist, teacher, and founder of Algonquin Books. His most recent books include the memoirs My Father’s People: A Family of Southern Jews (LSU, 2002) and An Honorable Estate: My Time in the Working Press(LSU, 2001). In 2003 he received the Library of Virginia Lifetime Achievement Award.

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