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About Jonathon Scott Fuqua
author of The Re-Appearance of Sam Webber

Jonathon Scott Fuqua is an established historian, writer, and artist. He has researched the Civil Rights movement, the fast food industry, suburbanization, the lunch counter industry, and Baltimore's jazz scene. He has written numerous historical dramas, as well as a large production for the Maryland Science Center, "Coffee and Comets at the Starlight Diner." He wrote and illustrated a children's book, B&O: America's Railroad, on the history of America's first railroad for the Baltimore B&O Museum, and his book of illustrations, American Classic Rowhouse Designs, was published in 1997.

Fuqua has received two Maryland State Arts Council Awards for fiction writing, and is the writer-in-residence at the Carver Center for the Arts. Both his writings and paintings have appeared in newspapers, magazines, books, on book covers, posters, limited edition prints, postcards, and stationery. A teacher of fiction writing, literature, and art, he lives in Baltimore with his wife and daughter.

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