Ann Joslin Williams | The Sun Magazine

Ann Joslin Williams

Ann Joslin Williams is an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of New Hampshire. She is the author of The Woman in the Woods, a collection of linked stories that won the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction, and she was awarded an NEA grant for her first novel, Down from Cascom Mountain. She lives in Lee, New Hampshire.

— From October 2011

View From The Overlook

Large, feathery clusters of snow spiraled toward the windshield. From the passenger seat, Nora could see between the thinning trees to the ravine below, where snowflakes seemed to hover and rise in undulating waves. For a moment she felt content, leaning back in her seat as Gil steered the car up the steep incline.

October 2011
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