Don Glickstein is the author of After Yorktown: The Final Struggle for American Independence, (Westholme Publishing, fall 2015), about the men who kept fighting the war’s final 20 months around the world. An award-winning journalist and editor, Glickstein has written on historical topics ranging from the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution to Mark Twain’s trip to the Northwest. He grew up in New York’s Mohawk Valley—the frontier during the Revolution—and in Boston. Today, he lives in Seattle, where a nearby island is named after a British sea captain who fought in the Revolution, and whose state is named after the rebel commander-in-chief. More more information, please visit donglickstein.com.