Adventures of Kansas author Max Yoho
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Max Yoho has written poems, stories and essays for over 40 years. His work has been published in Inscape, the literary magazine of Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.

Max's new adventure began when he became the author of two novels, The Revival (2001) and Tales From Comanche County (2002), Dancing Goat Press).

Max has served several years on the faculty at Tallgrass Writing Workshop at Emporia State University.

Hastings Topeka book signing with the Webstersname on Hastings sign, Topekabook display,  Lawrence Hastingsentrance, Town Crier, EmporiaMax and Don Coldsmith sign booksWilliam Allen White's office at the Emporia Gazette

sunflowerEarly book signings were at Hastings in Topeka and Lawrence and The TownCrier in Emporia--all regional Kansas independent booksellers. (Emporia is the home of famous newspaper publisher William Allen White and the home of Kansas author Don Coldsmith, who wrote the introduction for The Revival.)



Bobbie, Susie and MaxMax at our state capitolBobbie, Susan and Max beside WOWmobile
Diversity Day in Topeka was Saturday, May 29, 2001. Max joined Bobbie Pfeifer, a Kansas writer of mystery and suspense novels, at the WOWmobile--a traveling book display on wheels promoting Kansas authors. Susan Marchant, from the Kansas Center for the Book is in charge of the showl


book mailingMax reads to neighborsMax's photo on the Wall of Fame

Miscellaneous events include Dancing Goat's mailing operation (at our local grocery mail window), Max reading his work to neighbors gathered in his honor, and his photo included on the Emporia Town Crier's Wall of Fame with a number of, perhaps, better-known authors (so far).

All photos ©2001 by Carol Yoho
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