Michael Downing
  MICHAEL DOWNING is the author of seven books and two plays. His novels include the national-bestseller, "Perfect Agreement", and "Breakfast with Scot", an American Library Association honor book, and the basis for the movie starring Tom Cavanagh and Ben Shenkman. His nonfiction includes "Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time", and a memoir, "Life with Sudden Death". Michael's reviews and essays appear in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, and other newspapers and periodicals. His latest book, Still in Love, picks up the story of Mark Sternum who was introduced in his third novel, Perfect Agreement. Michael teaches creative writing at Tufts University and he lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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    What's the Story?