Authors’ Words: Larry L. King

Larry L. King

Larry L. King, (Lawrence Leo King), American writer and playwright (born Jan. 1, 1929, Putnam, Texas—died Dec. 20, 2012, Washington, D.C.), was most widely known as the co-writer of the popular musical stage play The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1977), based on a 1974 article of the same name that he wrote for Playboy magazine about the shuttering of a small bordello in southeastern Texas; the article exhibited his characteristic vivid and deeply personal writing style.

King contributed articles to various magazines, including Texas Observer (1964–74), Harper’s (1967–71), and Texas Monthly 1973–78), and several books of his collected articles were published. His other books include the memoir Confessions of a White Racist (1971).

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https://www.britannica.com/biography/Larry-L-King

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