Richard Snow (b. 1947) is an American writer of novels and short stories.


Snow is the author if the 1981 novel, The Burning, a fictionalized account of the Hinckley, Minnesota, fire of 1894. His other works include The Funny Road (1975) and , The Iron Road (1979); the latter won the Boston Globe's Hornbook Award.

Snow graduated from Columbia University in 1970. He served as the managing editor of American Heritage Magazine from 1970 to 2007[1]


  1. Magazine Suspends Its Run in History by McGrath Charles, New York Times, May 17, 2007
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