William Johnson

A Pacific Northwest native, William Johnson holds a doctorate in Medievel Studies from the University of Denver. He is a former Professor of English at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston. Johnson is the author of What Thoreau Said: ‘Walden’ and the Unsayable (University of Idaho Press, 1991) and Out of the Ruins (poetry) from Confluence Press, 2000. He has won fellowships from the Idaho Humanities Council, the Idaho Commission on the Arts, the University of Montana’s Environmental Writing Institute, and Oregon’s Fishtrap.

7685 Pheasant Chase Dr.
Lewiston, ID 83501
phone: 208-746-5026 of 208-413-0736 C
email: wcjohnson@cableone.net
Presentations
Publications
• Out of the Ruins
• What Thoreau Said: Walden and the Unsayable
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