Henry R. Williams was born and raised in the piedmont of North Carolina, being always ever after between the mountains and the sea. His poems have appeared in The Emergency Almanac, Southern Humanities Review, random, Fire, The Brooklyn Review, Offerta Speciale, among others, and his first poetry collection, Season Smooth & Unperplext was published in 2010 by BlazeVox Books. His first novel The Price is Bright is still a work-in-progress. He also serves as executive editor at greenspotblue.com He currently works in Manhattan and resides in Maplewood, NJ with his family.
September weather in May, E.P., James Joyce, Graham Greene, Li Bai, Du Fu, Francios Cheng, David Mitchell, Thomas Pynchon, Hugh Kenner, grass between slabs of concrete, buddleias along the train tracks of Europe.
Henry Williams's Manuscripts
Henry Williams's Last Word
|What are you reading?||Conversation||107||1 year 46 weeks ago|
|The Price Is Bright||Manuscript||6||2 years 34 weeks ago|
|Topanga Beach||Chapter||53||2 years 37 weeks ago|
|How do I learn to be a publisher?||Conversation||17||3 years 27 weeks ago|
|The Price Is Bright - 004||Chapter||4||3 years 29 weeks ago|
|Random Short Stories||Manuscript||15||3 years 29 weeks ago|
|Better Get Hit in Yo' Soul||Chapter||10||3 years 32 weeks ago|
|The Price Is Bright - 001||Chapter||8||3 years 33 weeks ago|
|Chapter 1||Chapter||14||3 years 35 weeks ago|
|In New York City on Sept 25th? Throw your hat in the ring to read at the KGB Bar||Announcement||4||3 years 36 weeks ago|