As editor of Harper’s magazine, Willie Morris turned it into the magazine to read. David Halberstam and Norman Mailer are just two of the writers he edited. Not only was Morris a gifted editor, he was the author of more than a dozen books, including “My Dog Skip” and “North Toward Home.”

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