Max Watman is the author of Race Day, which was an editors choice in the New York Times Book Review. He was the horse racing correspondent for the New York Sun and has written for various publications on books, music, food, and drink. He lives in the Hudson Valley with his wife and son. A master storyteller, his current book "Chasing the White Dog, an amateur outlaw's adventures in moonshine," was well received in the New York Times Sunday Book Review.
Anna Solomon's short stories have been published in literary magazines including The Georgia Review, One Story, Harvard Review, and Shenandoah; her story "Lotto" was awarded a Pushcart Prize. An essay about new motherhood, "The Three-Month Itch," appeared in the New York Times Magazine. Anna's debut novel, The Little Bride, is forthcoming in 2011. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.
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