Celebrated writer Tom Wolfe died Monday in a Manhattan hospital.
Wolfe – who penned “The Right Stuff” and “Bonfire of the Vanities” – was 87. His publicist confirmed Wolfe’s passing for the New York Times.
Wolfe had lived in New York since joining the staff of the New York Herald Tribune in 1962.
Additional details on Wolfe’s life and his passing can be found on NYTimes.com.