Charlotte Zoe Walker

P.O. Box 14Gilbertsville, NY 13776-0014
Phone: 
607-783-2278
E-mail: 

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Condor and Hummingbird
(The Women's Press,
1987)

Anthology

Intimate Nature
(Ballantine Books,
1998)
Storming Heaven's Gate
(Penguin,
1997)
O. Henry Awards
(Doubleday,
1991)
Writing the Land
(Cambridge Scholars Press,
2008)
Writers on Writing: The Art of the Short Story
2005)
Story: Yearbook of Discovery
(Four Winds Press,
1968)

Journal

Ms.
2014)
Georgia Review
2014)
North American Review
North American Review
North American Review

More Information

Listed as:
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Naturalists/Environmentalists, Teachers
Born in: 
New Orleans, LA
Raised in: 
San Diego, CA

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Listing last updated: April 29, 2013.

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