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James Carroll

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James Carroll is the author of twelve novels and eight works of non-fiction. For twenty-three years he published a weekly op-ed column in The Boston Globe. The son of an Air Force general, he has focused on the subject of war and peace, beginning in 1972 when he was honored with the first Thomas Merton Award. His novels take up World War II (Family Trade, Warburg in Rome, The Cloister), Vietnam (Fault Lines, Prince of Peace, Memorial Bridge), and the Cold War (Secret Father). His two novels about the Irish conflicts, Supply of Heroes and Mortal Friends are being brought out in 2022 editions by Blackstone Publishing.

His non-fiction includes An American Requiem: God, My Father & the War that Came Between Us (The 1996 National Book Award); Constantine's Sword: The Church & the Jews (The 2022 National Jewish Book Award); House of War: The Pentagon & the Disastrous Rise of American Power (The 2007 PEN-Galbraith Award). Carroll's collected Boston Globe columns against the Iraq War were published in 2004 as Crusade: Chronicals of an Unjust War. His anti-war articles have appeared at TomDispatch. For his columns about Israel-Palestine, he received the 2008 Press for Peace & Justice Award from Americans for Peace Now, and in 2012 he was awarded the Scripps Howard Journalism Prize. In 2022, the on-line journal Public Seminar, sponsored by The New School, is publishing his six-part series Revelations of the War in Ukraine: An Anti-War Activist's Personal and Political Reckoning.

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