Wendy S. Walters

  • John Milton, Areopagitica (from 1644)

  • Joseph Mitchell, “The Rivermen” (from The New Yorker, 1959)

  • John McPhee, “The Pine Barrens” (from The New Yorker, 1967)

  • Thi Bui, The Best We Could Do (from Harry N. Abrams, 2017)

  • Tomas Tranströmer, Memories Look at Me (from New Directions, 2011)

  • Josef Albers, The Interaction of Color (from Yale University Press, 1963)

  • Aimé Césaire, Notebook on the Return of a Native Country (from Wesleyan University Press, 2001)

  • Adrienne Kennedy, People Who Led to My Plays (from Theatre Communications Group, 1996)

  • Margo Jefferson, Negroland: A Memoir (from Vintage, 2016)

  • Valeria Luiselli, Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in 40 Questions (from Coffee House Press, 2017)

About Wendy S. Walters

Wendy S. Walters is the author of Multiply/Divide: On the American Real and Surreal (Sarabande Books) and two books of poems, Troy, Michigan and Longer I Wait, More You Love Me. Her work has appeared in Harper’s, Bookforum, The Iowa Review, and others. She is Associate Professor of creative writing at The New School University in New York.

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