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Everett Prewitt – Author of “Something About Ann”

302b3-prewitteverettJ. Everett Prewitt is a Vietnam veteran and a former Army officer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, and a Master of Science Degree in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University. Prewitt was awarded the title of distinguished alumni at both schools.

His debut novel Snake Walkers placed first for fiction in four different literary contests and won the Bronze Award for General Fiction in ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year contest. Snake Walkers was also honored by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.

Prewitt’s second novel, A Long Way Back was awarded the Literary Classic’s Seal of Approval. It won the Independent Publishers of New England first place award, was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Montaigne Medal Award, received the Bronze Award for the INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award, the Silver Award from Literary Classics and the DNQ Award from IBPA’s Benjamin Franklin Award.

Something About Ann, and a series of short stories related to A Long Way Back including the award-winning The Last Time I Saw Willie, will be available in September 2017.

Prewitt loves tennis, billiards, backgammon, jazz, and a good red wine.

For more information about Everett Prewitt and his work, visit his website at www.eprewitt.com.

Listen to the interview:

Topics of conversation:

  • Writing and PTSD
  • Books That Inspired Him
  • Writing Positive Stories
  • Prewitt’s Future Projects
  • Message to Young African American Writers

 

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The novella and the short stories included in Something About Ann follow a group of soldiers who faced a traumatic experience in Vietnam but remain close after returning to the States.

Violence and turmoil continue to haunt the soldiers as they try to normalize their lives. Sometimes relying on the help of each other, and sometimes relying on the skills they’ve gained in combat, most prevail.

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