Will Walker

Will Walker’s work has appeared in Alabama Literary Review, Apricity Magazine, Bark, Blue Lake Review, BoomerLitMag, Brief Wilderness, Broken Plate, Burningword, Chagrin River Review, Common Ground Review, Crack the Spine, ellipsis…literature & art, Euphony, Evening Street Review, failbetter, Forge, Front Range Review, Good Works Review, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Hartskill Review, Headway Quarterly, Ignatian Literary Magazine, Jet Fuel Review, The Literary Nest, Manhattanville Review, Mantis, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, The Moth, Mudlark, Neologism Poetry Journal, Nimrod International Journal, Nixes Mate Review, Parcel, Passager, Pennsylvania English, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Perceptions Magazine, Rising Phoenix Review, Rougarou, Salamander, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Slow Trains, Southern Poetry Review, Studio One, The Virginia Normal, Visitant Lit, Westview, and Whistling Shade. He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for his poem “What Tribe?”. His chapbook, Carrying Water, was published by Pudding House Press, and his full-length collection, Wednesday After Lunch, is a Blue Light Press Book Award Winner (2008).

He received his bachelor’s degree in English history and literature from Harvard College. He has attended numerous writing workshops with Marie Howe, Thea Sullivan, Gail Mazur, Robert Pinsky, Alan Shapiro, and Mark Doty. He was also an editor of the Haight Ashbury Literary Journal.

When not putting pen to paper, he enjoys placing bow on string and playing the cello. He and his wife spend their summers in Provincetown, Massachusetts.