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About KWilson (member)

Joined: Jan 8, 2010

I’ve worked for almost twenty years as a psychotherapist at an inner-city mental health clinic in Rochester, New York. Before all that, at age nineteen I bought land in western New York, pitched a tent on it, and built a house far from power lines and neighbors. They said I was crazy, but I had a book about carpentry. For twelve years I raised livestock, worked in vineyards, and ran a sawmill. With no TV, I read everything I could get my hands on. When I got tired of making little pieces of wood out of big pieces of wood, I stopped everything and went to college. I’ve publish short stories appearing in Lynx Eye, and The Armchair Aesthete. The story, Turning White, which appeared in New York Stories, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize XXVI. An excerpt of my novel, Fate’s Janitors, the chapter, Cleaning the Smoking Room, appears in Gargoyle #55.

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Fate’s Janitors

A complete novel


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