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O Child, Do Not Fear the Dark and Sleep's Dark Possession

O Child, Do Not Fear the Dark and Sleep's Dark Possession

 Above: 

A collage done during my summer residency at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, 2008.

To see more of my artwork and other things, just click on the category links on the right. 

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Please visit my official website here: 

Literary Tracings:  Theresa Williams

It has easy to navigate links to a lot of online content, such as my published haibun and poems.

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I keep a blog here:  Theresa Williams, Author [Exile Edition].  The Exile Edition blog serves as my writing laboratory.  It’s a messy, iconoclastic space, and much of the content here is culled from that source. 

This space, hopefully, is more thoughtfully arranged.  It’s an archive of many of my creative efforts:  writing, taking photographs, writing letters, and making art. 

I also edit The Letter Project, a respository for letters about literature, writing, and creativity. 

 

My Google Profile is here:  Google Profile

You can contact me at Theresarrt7@aol.com

BIOGRAPHY

I’m a writer and senior lecturer  at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.  I’m also a core faculty member in the creative writing program at BGSU.

I have BA and MA degrees from East Carolina University and an MFA degree in Fiction Writing from Bowling Green State University.  

My novel, The Secret of Hurricanes, was published in 2002 by MacAdam/Cage.  It was a finalist for the Paterson Fiction Prize.

I am the recipient of an Individual Artist Grant from the Ohio Arts Council and was selected for a summer residency at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA. 

I live with my husband and many animals on a 12-acre sanctuary in Bradner, Ohio.

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