Henry Wessells lives and reads in Montclair, New Jersey. He is an antiquarian bookseller with James Cummins Bookseller in New York City, and compiler of the Endless Bookshelf. He is author of a collection of stories, Another green world (2003); editor of numerous works by Avram Davidson; and his newest book is Against the art of war, with Ernest Hilbert and Judith Clute, published in February 2013.

“The Windhill Bequest” is a fragment fallen through time, an exploration of the idea of rigorous documentation in fiction and of narrative through indirection and omission. It is a complete fragment, self-contained but related to a longer work in progress.

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Here’s What We Got

This exhibition of items from Miss Windhill’s personal collection is held in conjunction with the announcement of the first holder of the position of Windhill Storyteller-in-Residence.