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Anthony Walton

Anthony Walton currently lives in Brunswick, Maine. He has written for a variety of publications including The New York Times and 7 Days, and received lots of attention for his "Willie Horton and Me" for the The New York Times Magazine. He studied at Notre Dame and Brown University.

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Brothers in Arms
Written by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anthony Walton
Broadway Books | Trade Paperback | May 2005
$14.95/21.00(Canada) | 978-0-7679-0913-6 (0-7679-0913-5)

A powerful wartime saga in the bestselling tradition of Flags of Our Fathers, Brothers in Arms recounts the extraordinary story of the 761st Tank Battalion, the first all-black armored unit to see combat in World War II. Read more






The Vintage Book of African American Poetry
Edited by Michael S. Harper and Anthony Walton
Vintage | Trade Paperback | February 2000
$17.00/19.00(Canada) | 978-0-375-70300-3 (0-375-70300-4)

In The Vintage Book of African American Poetry, editors Michael S. Harper and Anthony Walton present the definitive collection of black verse in the United States--200 years of vision, struggle, power, beauty, and triumph from 52 outstanding poets.

From the neoclassical stylings of slave-born Phillis Wheatley to the wistful lyricism of Paul... Read more






Mississippi
Written by Anthony Walton
Vintage | Trade Paperback | January 1997
$16.00/18.00(Canada) | 978-0-679-77741-0 (0-679-77741-5)

  To most Americans, Mississippi is not a state but a scar, the place where segregation took its ugliest form and struck most savagely at its challengers.  But to many Americans, Mississippi is also home.  And it is this paradox, with all its overtones of history and heartache, that Anthony Walton—whose...

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