Interview with Roberto Bonazzi,
Project: Morgan C. Atkinson Documentary Interviews: Uncommon Vision, The Life and Times of John Howard Griffin
Interview SummaryRobert Bonazzi was a poet, editor, critic, and founder of Latitudes Press. He was executor of the John Howard Griffin (1920-1980) literary estate, and a biographer of Griffin. His books include Reluctant Activist: The Spiritual Life and Art of John Howard Griffin; Maestro of Solitude: Poems & Poetics , a finalist for the Texas Institute of Letters Poetry Award, and The Scribbling Cure: Poems & Prose Poems. Bonazzi edited at least 10 other editions of Griffin's work.
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