The way LTGWS lovingly caressed every carnal description of Manhattan’s byways and alleys, tenement flats, assisted-living towers, and half-way houses was a revelation in today’s post-Minimalist world.
William recently relocated to breathtaking and traffic-free Athens, Georgia, from back-breaking and happiness-eviscerating Los Angeles, California, where he came mercifully close to making a living as a hired gun writing and editing copy for various commercial enterprises and creative endeavors. He began his lifelong road trip in the deprecated sands of Las Vegas, Nevada, and as a result of a military patriarch (and a subsequent unabated restlessness) has changed addresses fifty-six times. These days he earns his pittance slinging drinks and daydreams about sitting behind his typewriter and conversing with his astonishing wife and his brilliant six-year-old stepson. William’s synaptic meanderings have appeared on his website (agentofdiscord.com), on WIRED.com and THALO.com, in SILENCE (Black Hill Press – 2014), A Selfish Man (Publish America – 2003), Rain Crow Magazine (Athens Diptych – Issue #2), and in an anthology supporting the non-profit Mines Advisory Group (Explosions: Stories of Our Landmined World - “The Atlantic” – 2014).