Current Residence: Baltimore, MD
Dudley Clendinen has a B.A. in History from Vanderbilt University. Clendinen is a former columnist and editor for the St. Petersburg Times, an assistant managing editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and a national reporter and editorialist for The New York Times. Clendinen is currently a visiting writer at Johns Hopkins University. Clendinen lives in Baltimore, MD. Clendinen's book, A Place Called Canterbury, details the lives of the residents of the Canterbury Towers retirement community where his mother once resided.
A Place Called Canterbury: Tales of the New Old Age in America (2008)
Out for good : the struggle to build a gay rights movement in America (1999) with Adam Nagourney
Prevailing South : life & politics in a changing culture (1988)
Atlanta Guide (1988)
A path to the stars : the story of Challenger V astronaut Ron McNair (1986)
See Dudley Clendinen books with a Florida setting.
See also It Takes Place in Florida: Senior Living.
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