About the Author’s Author

Keith, not Harry

I, S. Harry Zade, am the creation  of Keith R Wilson and he can kill me off whenever he wants.

Keith is a part time counselor in private practice in Rochester, NY, a part time author, and a full time pain in the ass.

The author, characters, and stories in The Narrative Imperative are all fictional and have only a passing acquaintance with characters, events, and his own life.

Keith says he prefers to write fiction so that he can tell the truth. You see, there is a truth beyond what actually happens (which is all just a story, anyway). He swears to that.

Keith is also the author of Fate’s Janitors: Mopping Up Madness at a Mental Health Clinic. He blogs about shrinky things in Madness 101 and his pictures are in Keith Wilson -Photography.

He just published another novel called IntersectionsWatch out. His ego will be as big as Montana.

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19 thoughts on “About the Author’s Author”

  1. Hi Harryl,

    As a support staffer @ a local outpatient mental health facility, I appreciate your concern for your father on New Years Eve. Your compassion and rationilization would make you a perfect candidate for an opening @ our clinic…actually, many openings left be compitent and effective clinicians who left us for personal satisfication in their field, documenting their thoughts on subjects related to the field and adventurous romps accross our country with family members. This position guarantees exhuasting paper work, low pay and lack of communication, typical in a field rich with trained communicators.
    Please apply, we need you!!

  2. Dear Keith,

    I just discovered this site and I really like it. It looks beautiful, and the post entitled “Joy,” which I just read, was very moving. Thank you for creating it.

    Sincerely,

    Karl Stevens

  3. Just discovered your blog and am now falling in love with it. Devouring each post with a sinking feeling that at some point I shall have read all the archives and have to wait impatiently for the next instalment. Do NOT stop writing, this is fantastic work.

    Jo x

  4. Hey, Harry, thanks for the support you and Keith have given my blog, “Caddie Emerging.” It’s a lot of fun to interact with you here and there. Just noticed you’d put a link up to the blog in your sidebar … thanks so much! I have added a link to your blog on mine, as well, not just to be reciprocal and all that nice stuff, but because I really enjoy your blog and I honestly just hadn’t thought of it until now. I usually forget what’s over on my sidebar, anyway, but I hope it’ll bring you a few readers from time to time!

    Anyway, thanks for the shout out, and many blessings on you and your writing!
    Caddie Murray
    (and Caddie’s creator, Stacy Aannestad)

  5. Hi Keith (and Harry),

    I really grateful I found your blog fiction (by way of Cadde Emerging, I should add) I do blog fiction myself over at shadeofthemorningsun.com, and I was looking for others to interact with. There are precious few, though, as far as I can see in my search results … 😦

    Anyway, I posted my first comment here as “Carrie” – my main protag; and she’ll probably continue to post here once in a while, since she is rather taken with your blog and your writing ability.

    Me, I’ll just read and enjoy.

    Best wishes,

    Chris

    P.S. Carrie also has a blog (or “blawg” as she calls it) over at shadeofthemorningsun.blogspot.com. I have put a link on her blogroll to your place there, since the other site is intended to be a sort of repository for short stories and flash fiction. And the blawg is, well … an experiment. What can I say … we’ll see how it all goes.

    Crikes, your stuff is really good … Excuse me, I’ll have to read some more now … ! 😉

  6. Evening! Just popped by to say thank you for following my blog 🙂 It’s always wonderful when that little orange square lights up and I see that someone else has taken an intrest in my writing. I hope that you enjoy my work and I’m looking forward to reading some more of your own works.

  7. Bravo! Finally– someone who understands there are clients and there are staff… And the sooner each realizes they could easily take the role of the other, the sooner… Whoa, better stop there before someone gets the idea we’re all human or something! Phew, You almost had me writing it out loud to the world there, you sneaky-sneaky…
    Love your blog–keep it comin’. :0)
    Sunnee Mourning

    1. Me? Inspiring? Thank you for the honor. Being inspiring is an awesome responsibility because I can never be sure which of the things I say or do will inspire someone. I better be careful.
      Harry

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