William Lychack is the American author of the novel, The Wasp Eater, and a forthcoming collection of stories, The Architect of Flowers. His work has appeared in The Pushcart Prize, The Best American Short Stories, Ascent, Ploughshares, The Southern Review, The Seattle Review, The Missouri Review, and other places, including The American Scholar and Public Radio's This American Life. He has published children's books, corporate histories, and has worked as a teacher, editor, speechwriter, ghostwriter, journalist, lifeguard, carpenter, bartender, janitor, Mr. Softee Ice Cream Man, and a Judo instructor.
He was the Writer-in-Residence 2006–2010 at Phillips Academy, and is currently a member o...
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The Janus-Faced Habit: The Art of Teaching and the ...
3:30-4:45 p.m.. Write the Future: Addressing innovative new strategies pointing the way toward the evolution of the discipline with Valerie Laken, William Lychack, and Porter Shreve, moderated by Jeremiah Chamberlin. 5:00-5:30 p.m.
Author: admin (4 Dec 2014)
Weekend Edition – On Risk vs. Responsibility Plus Writing ...
My group had “The Wasp Eater” by William Lychack, and my task was to discuss the book's structure, which I at first felt was a pretty boring job. However, when I started working on this, I made the exciting discovery that there was an extremely ...
Author: Suddenly Jamie (@suddenlyjamie) (22 Nov 2014)
It's Monday! What are you reading? | The Exchange
I am also enthralled by William Lychack's lovely collection of short stories entitled The Architect of Flowers, which was a gift from the sister's boyfriend. The title story is my favorite one so far. Lately I've had the sudden urge to brush up on my ...
Author: The Exchange (15 Sep 2014)