David Dunaway and Stephanie Spong recently had an article printed that was accepted to the Harvard Library Bulletin back in 2012. The essay, “The Making of A Major-Minor Modernist” describes the immediacy of Modernism in the 1920s, as seen through the eyes of critic Harry Levin, the man who introduced Joyce to the American reading public – and his best friend Phillip Dunaway, the writer’s father. The pair had an active epistolary relationship, starting literary fanzines, writing libretti, metered verse, and translations. A Harvard University librarian acquired the Dunaway-Levin correspondence and suggested the piece for its Library Bulletin.