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A Cune Press Profile
Scott C. Davis
Scott C. Davis is a freelance writer based in Seattle who began travelling in the Middle East in 1987. From 2008 to 2011, he served as the US correspondent for Damascus-based Forward magazine - a reform publication in a country where the government proved fatally resistant to change.

Davis has published his writing in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Exquisite Corpse, and other publications. Davis’s first book, The World of Patience Gromes: Making and Unmaking a Black Community, won the Washington State Book Award, was praised by the Wall Street Journal. After reading this book, Horton Foote commented for the cover.

Davis's second book, Lost Arrow and Other True Stories, won the KCAC Literary Award.

Davis has edited and produced An Ear to the Ground: Presenting Writers from 2 Coasts, a distinctive collection of essays by 75 new writers.   In 2003 Davis published The Road from Damascus: A Journey Through Syria. This is the first travelogue on Syria by an American in over a century and is based on Davis's travels in Syria since 1987.

Davis founded Cune Press in May, 1994. He developed the press with help from Mamoun Sakkal, a noted Arabic calligrapher from Aleppo, Syria, and Steven Schlesser, an independent historian and a sincere conservative. Cune Press specializes in narrative nonfiction. For more: See also: "Cune Press" in Wikipedia.
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An Ear to the Ground
by Davis, Scott
An Intimate Dinner Party
by Davis, Scott
Lost Arrow and Other True Stories
by Davis, Scott
Searching Jenin
by Baroud, Ramzy