William Walsh is the author of Without Wax: A Documentary Novel. His fiction and derived texts have appeared in New York Tyrant, Caketrain, Juked, Rosebud, Quarterly West, Lit, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and other journals.
Ampersand, Mass. is a collection of per se stories from a per se town. These stories from the author of Without Wax and Questionstruck carefully examine the constant conflict between the willful and the reluctant.
17 very short stories by the author of Without Wax and Questionstruck and Ampersand, Mass.
If you like these stories, check out Ampersand, Mass., a full-length collection of short stories by William Walsh.
Questionstruck traces the line of questioning throughout Calvin Trillin’s twenty-five books, compiling all of Trillin's interrogatives—the rhetorical, the political, and the victual—into one dizzying collection. Questionstruck is an inventive and experimental text that begs to be defined.