Thursday, August 27, 2009

Domenick Dunne by Tina Brown

Probably the absolute perfect person to write a remembrance of writer Dunne is editor Brown of The Daily Beast.

TB: What does it take to be a great social chronicler? Perhaps one of the key attributes is an understanding of what it feels like to fall from grace. Dominick Dunne, the best-selling novelist and defining voice for so many years of Vanity Fair magazine who died of cancer Wednesday at 83, was living proof that the best qualification for a writer’s life is a checkered past... More.

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