Max Schott

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Max Schott (born 12 February 1935) is a writer of stories, novels, and essays. He was raised in Southern California. He received his Bachelor's in Animal Husbandry from University of California, Davis and his Master's in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He was a lecturer in Literature for more than 30 years at the College of Creative Studies at UCSB.

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

Up Where I Used to Live: Stories (Illinois Short Fiction) (ISBN 0-252-00720-4)

Murphy’s Romance: A Novel (ISBN 0-88496-197-4)

Ben: A Novel (ISBN 0-86547-430-3)

Keeping Warm: Essays and Stories (ISBN 1-880284-64-2)

Films[edit]

Murphy’s Romance – original story

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