William Haywood Henderson
William Haywood Henderson is the author of the novels Native, The Rest of the Earth, and Augusta Locke (finalist for the Spur Award, Mountains & Plains Booksellers’ Regional Book Award, and the Willa Award). Since graduating with an MA in Creative Writing from Brown University, Henderson has taught writing at Harvard University, Brown University, the University of Denver, and the University of Colorado at Denver. He has taught and lectured at numerous retreats, conferences, and events, including Denver’s “One Book, One Denver” series, the Montana Festival of the Book, Jackson Hole Writers Conference, Flathead River Writers’ Conference, Ghost Ranch, and Arapahoe College’s Writers Studio. In 2001, Henderson joined the faculty at Lighthouse Writers Workshop, a writing center in Denver that has since burgeoned into a non-profit literary powerhouse that caters to thousands of creative writers.
Seminars By William Haywood Henderson
- Reading by William Haywood Henderson (Tuesday, July 19, 2016)
- Revising the Storm / Toward a Final Draft Ruth Schwartz / William Haywood Henderson (Sunday, July 17, 2016)
- From the Beginning to the End, and Back again: A Craft Seminar by William Haywood Henderson (Friday, July 24, 2015)
- Reading by William Haywood Henderson (Thursday, July 23, 2015)