It was 1962 when Joanne Greenberg started getting curious about a writer named John Williams. In those days, what passed for Denver's literary scene could (and often did) fit comfortably in one room — a small band of authors and culture promoters who bumped into each other repeatedly at cocktail parties, lectures, book signings... More >>>
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John Williams published three novels in twelve years. Each one struggled to find an audience at first, and has since been hailed as a classic.