Author Archives: William W. Walton

About William W. Walton

William Walton was raised on a ranch in the Texas Hill Country by feral pigs, his rougher edges honed at Yale. A dissolute youth, he tried to become a deeper, more sensitive person, but that was hopeless. Instead, he commited himself to exploring the full richness of his natural superficiality. Except for his work with troubled adolescents, with abandoned animals, voyaging under sail, and his writing, he has rarely deviated from that path. William writes because he has to, and he hopes that his stories leave a bigger, more positive footprint on this earth than he has. He resides in Corpus Christi, Texas, with his wife Sharon, a native of Buffalo, N.Y.

Ozzie the Clown published in anthology of short stories.

Hello folks, I am happy to announce that my story, Ozzie the Clown, has been published as part of an anthology by Open Heart Press. The anthology is entitled An Honest Lie, Vol. 2: Delusions of Insignificance. I have read the … Continue reading

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