We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Wilson Wyatt at his place near St. Michaels.
Wilson is a published writer and photographer and an advocate for the regional writing community. He is a founder and executive editor of The Delmarva Review, and active with the Eastern Shore Writers Association and Bay to Ocean Writers Conference. He serves on the board of The Writer’s Center, in Washington, DC, where he is a coordinator of its annual “Publish Now” seminar. Following his education at Sewanee, The University of the South, he started his career as a journalist at The Courier-Journal, in Kentucky. He later was the senior communications officer for three international corporations. In addition to writing in newspapers, magazines and literary journals, he published a photography book, Yosemite—Catching the Light (2011). His latest book, Chesapeake Views-Catching the Light, distributes in September 2013. He writes a blog on writing and photography, “The Art of Words and Images,” at http://wilsonwyattjr.com.