William Henderson is a Pushcart Prize-nominated, Boston-based writer. He has written for the Advocate, is the former editor of The New England Blade, and is included in the 2012 Best Gay Writing anthology. His work has appeared in Thought CatalogThe Huffington PostThe Good Men ProjectLife By Me, and other journals and magazines. His work has been translated into three languages. His memoir, Second Person, Possessive, is available now.

3 comments on “About

  1. Brian
    September 3, 2011

    I liked what your wife said about the addict, paraphrasing, “He was always angry, you just never noticed.” Coming out of a long term relationship with one (still) and dated another (short term) directly afterwards. I get it. They were both sad and angry. Funny thing, I still miss them both.

  2. gonz
    October 29, 2011

    I’m glad I found you. Every line I read from you, every bruise and cut I feel them on my own flesh.

  3. yomawrites
    July 17, 2012

    I love that last line. It’s one you can take away for a rainy day and begin pretty much any kind of story with. Whether first or last, I’ll be marinating on that line like a proverb for the next few days.

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