Jeffery McNary grew up in Chicago, Illinois, and after a career in public service, turned to journalism and writing. His work can be found in Newsweek, Rolling Stone, The Vineyard Gazette, the Boston Phoenix, Transition Magazine, Neotericart, NewCity, and other outlets. His poetry has been published in Iconoclast Magazine.. Mr. McNary is currently crafting a screenplay, “Ro”, in which he captures the volatility and passion of socio-political in the 60’s and 70’. He is also completing a volume of poetry, “Simple Epistles”. Mr. McNary currently divides his time between Cambridge, MA and Paris, Fr.
He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Baldwin; Joan Didion; Norman Mailer; Robert Pinsky; Cicero
"RO", a screenplay which captures the turmoil of the 1960's through the eyes of Rosemary Woodruff, third wife of L.S.D. guru Timothy Leary; "Tribes", a one-act for stage based on William Styron's, 'Jimmy in the House', provides a glimpse of the relationship between Styron and James Baldwin. Baldwin lived in Styron's guest Conneticut guest house from Autumn 1960 to Summer of 1961.
Indiana University Press
Poetry; Sailing; College Athletics; Music of most sort, and visual arts.
Better Government Association
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