C. K. Williams

C. K. Williams has lived in the United States, Canada, Australia and Paris and is a regular visitor to the UK, be it North or South. When not teaching creative writing at Bonn University, Williams loves to cook (and bake) as well as to research obscure British laws pertaining to all the possibilities of placing deadly mantraps on one’s property. Winner of the European Academies’ Prize for Short Fiction and contributor to The New Federalist and 42 Magazine. More often than not, you will be able to find Williams on a train flitting to and fro in Western and Central Europe or the United Kingdom, realising once again that she has forgotten to bring lunch, and proceeding to buy all the croissants that live in Bruxelles Midi.

Books by C. K. Williams