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Smiling Through the Apocalypse, edited by Harold Hayes (1969)

Tom Hayes’s documentary film on the life of his father, Harold Hayes, is titled Smiling Through the Apocalypse: Esquire in the Sixties. The film, which is currently showing at the River Run Film Festival, takes its name from a 1969 anthology of Esquire magazine pieces. Both works provide a view of the decade as chronicled by... Continue reading “Smiling Through the Apocalypse, edited by Harold Hayes (1969)”

Behind the Scenes with Documentary Filmmaker Tom Hayes

Editing Harold Hayes: The Making of a Documentary Filmmaker A Discussion with Tom Hayes Friday, April 19, 2013, 4:00PM / Special Collections Reading Room / Z. Smith Reynolds Library Please join us in the Special Collections Reading Room on April 19 as Tom Hayes (WFU ’79) takes us behind the scenes of his documentary Smiling... Continue reading “Behind the Scenes with Documentary Filmmaker Tom Hayes”

Wake Forest Writers’ Archives on Exhibit

In conjunction with the Words Awake celebration of Wake Forest writers, the spring exhibit in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives features six Wake Forest authors whose papers reside in the archives and manuscripts collections. Laurence Stallings, Harold Hayes, John Charles McNeill, W.J. Cash, and Gerald Johnson received their undergraduate degrees from... Continue reading “Wake Forest Writers’ Archives on Exhibit”