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Joshua Max Feldman

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Amherst, Massachusetts, The United States


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Joshua Max Feldman is a writer of fiction and plays. Born and raised in Amherst, Massachusetts, he has lived in England, New York, and Switzerland. He currently resides in south Florida. THE BOOK OF JONAH, his first novel, will be published February 4th, 2014 by Henry Holt, and is currently available for preorder.

Just updated my website with a bunch of events this fall, from Miami Beach to Toronto. Come on out!
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The Book of Jonah
3.24 of 5 stars 3.24 avg rating — 368 ratings — published 2014 — 10 editions
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“...this was false hope - a sustaining myth between them. They didn't struggle on account of a failure to find the solution to their problems: There was not some mode of togetherness that...would make him feel that her love had depth and warmth, that she wanted to be with him and not a version of him that she might fashion. Their problems were a fact of their togetherness itself.”
Joshua Max Feldman, The Book of Jonah

“said such things to her seemed so much to appreciate”
Joshua Max Feldman, The Book of Jonah: A Novel


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