Harry Sylvester

  • Problems of the Catholic Writer

    HARRY SYLVESTER was graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1930 and for several years thereafter was employed as a newspaperman in New York City. Then fiction beckoned, and in 1935 he became a free lance, devoting full time to novels and short stories. He has written three novels, the latest of which, Moon Gaffney, was exceptionally well received by the critics. At the invitation of Bishop Sheil he defined these problems of the Catholic writer in a lecture at the Sheil School of Social Studies in Chicago.