Tomorrow, the War (Historical Fiction/Literary Fiction), Powhatan, VA
Tomorrow, the War is about the adventures of the outlaw Jed Stokes, and his relationship with the formerly enslaved Bodkin siblings in the years preceding the Civil War.
“I hope this book will connect with someone and immerse them briefly in a world other than their own—what a luxury for us both!”
Max Watman lives on an old farm in Virginia. He earned an MFA at Columbia University and a BA at Virginia Commonwealth University, to which he has returned as an adjunct professor.
Max has published widely: in the much missed Gourmet Magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Virginia Living, and Parnassus: Poetry in Review, among others. He worked as a columnist for the Daily Beast, and was the horse-racing correspondent for the New York Sun. In 2008, Max was awarded a literary fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Max is the author of Race Day, Chasing the White Dog, and Harvest. He is currently writing a novel.
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