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  1. Mason Hoffenberg

    Mason Hoffenberg (1922-1986) was an American writer best known as the coauthor, with Terry Southern, of the cult classic novel Candy (1958). After serving in the US Army Air Force during World War II, Hoffenberg studied at the New School and the Sorbonne on the GI Bill. He eventually settled in Paris, where he wrote "dirty books" for the groundbreaking avant-garde publisher Olympia Press and helped edit the Olympia Review.

  2. Mason Hoffenberg

    Mason Hoffenberg (1922-1986) was an American writer best known as the coauthor, with Terry Southern, of the cult classic novel Candy (1958). After serving in the US Army Air Force during World War II, Hoffenberg studied at the New School and the Sorbonne on the GI Bill. He eventually settled in Paris, where he wrote "dirty books" for the groundbreaking avant-garde publisher Olympia Press and helped edit the Olympia Review.

    Initially published under the pseudonym Maxwell Kenton and banned in France, Candy became a bestseller when it was released in the United States under the authors' own names. Since 2011, Hoffenberg's poetry, correspondence, and notebooks have been part of the prestigious Berg Collection of the New York Public Library.

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