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Benjamin Cheever

Benjamin Cheever has written four novels — The Plagiarist, The Partisan, Famous After Death, and The Good Nanny—and two nonfiction works, Selling Ben Cheever and Strides: Running Through History With an Unlikely Athlete. He is also the editor of The Letters of John Cheever. Cheever has also been a reporter for The New York Times, The Nation, and The New Yorker. He is also an editor at Reader's Digest

Articles by this Author

A novelist defends himself and 76 million other baby boomers
Dan Weiner’s fond, frank, canny 1950s photographs restore the depth to people whose children often saw the society they built as a cultural joke