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University of Mary Washington

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University of Mary Washington

1301 College Avenue

Fredericksburg, Virginia,22401

United States

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Founded in 1908, the University of Mary Washington is a selective public institution that combines long-standing traditions with state-of-the art technological advances to provide one of the best undergraduate liberal arts educations in the country, as well as...more

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Mary Washington College


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James River Writers

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Steve Watkins
Steve Watkins is the author of a young adult novel, Down Sand Mountain (Candlewick Press 2008), a short story collection, My Chaos Theory (SMU Press), as well as the award-winning non-fiction book, The Black O: Racism and Redemption in an American Corporate Empire (University of Georgia Press). Watkins teaches Ashtanga yoga and works as an investigator and advocate for abused and neglected children through through the child advocacy organization CASA. He is a member of the English faculty at the University of Mary Washington where he teaches journalism, creative writing, and Vietnam War literature. He lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia with his wife, Janet, and four daughters.


A Saturday Spent Writing with Friends - A Language and Learning Conference Reflection | NVWP

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Author of Juvie and The Ghosts of War series and former professor at University of Mary Washington, Steve Watkins, spoke more about his personal history and his journey into writing.
We loved that he got the audience involved by having us tell stories and share with one another, reminding us that all writing can be inspired by our own stories-our own worlds of experience.


dragonflyyogafred.com

Steve Watkins, RYT200, has been teaching a variety of yoga styles in the Fredericksburg area for the past ten years, including Ashtanga, vinyasa, power, gentle, hot, and restorative.
A professor emeritus in English at the University of Mary Washington, Steve is the author of a number of books for readers of all ages, including, most recently, several award-winning novels for young adult and middle grade readers.


news.fredericksburg.com

Steve Watkins, the author of several award-winning works of fiction and nonfiction, is a former English professor at the University of Mary Washington.
He has taught yoga in the Fredericksburg area for the past 10 years. His newest novel, "Juvie," will be published by Candlewick Press in October. He is currently at work on a post-Iraq war novel, also for Candlewick, and a series of historical novels for middle grade readers for Scholastic. His website is stevewatkinsbooks.com.


news.fredericksburg.com

Steve Watkins, the author of several award-winning works of fiction and nonfiction, is a former English professor at the University of Mary Washington.
He has taught yoga in the Fredericksburg area for the past 10 years. His newest novel, "Juvie," will be published by Candlewick Press in October. He is currently at work on a post-Iraq war novel, also for Candlewick, and a series of historical novels for middle grade readers for Scholastic. His web site is stevewatkinsbooks.com. BY STEVE WATKINS / FOR THE FREE LANCE-STAR


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