Kenneth Bernard

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Kenneth Bernard (born 1930 in Brooklyn) is an American author, poet and playwright.

After being raised in Massachusetts, he has lived his entire adult life in New York City. He has received Guggenheim, Rockefeller, NEA, NEH, NY Creative Artists Public Service, and New York Foundation for the Arts grants.[1] and is the author of eleven books, including the novel From The District File, and Clown at Wall: A Kenneth Bernard Reader.

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  1. ^ Starcherone Books: Kenneth Bernard