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Brad Watson


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Brad Watson is the author of Last Days of the Dog-Men, winner of the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Foley, Alabama.
 
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Awards
National Book Award for Fiction Best Book nominee (2002) : The Heaven of Mercury
PEN/Faulkner Award for fiction Best Book nominee (2011) : Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives


Brad Watson recommends
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If You Want Me to Stay (2005)
Michael Parker
"Brilliant and funny and blow-your-heart-out sad all at once."
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The Last September (2015)
Nina de Gramont
"A brilliant rendering of a love story and a murder mystery."
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The Underworld (2017)
Kevin Canty
"Canty writes with uncanny insight into the unspeakable beauty of life itself."
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Treeborne (2018)
Caleb Johnson
"Caleb Johnson is as much a prophet of his place and time as was Larry Brown of north Mississippi, as Cormac McCarthy of his native Knoxville, Tennessee, Marquez of his homegrown, fictional Macondo. He is ‘Treeborne.’ This is a novel born of a deep, affectionate, and wise knowledge of a place and its people, its history, and its rich and complicated wildness. And its innate tendency to recognize and heighten the mysterious and strange in the ordinary, everyday. He manipulates and maneuvers narrative masterfully."

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