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W.T. Pfefferle is an author and poet born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, but who was based in Texas for many years. His half-sister is the noted Canadian landscape photographer, Camille Wolfson-Pfefferle.
Total Books: 3
He's the author of four books. The most recent is "The Meager Life and Modest Times of Pop Thorndale," a poetry collection that won the Stevens Poetry Manuscript Prize.
He has worked as a college professor, most recently as the Director of Expository Writing at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He co-authored Plug In: The Guide to Music on the Internet with Ted M. Gurley, a media executive in Texas. Pfefferle also wrote Writing What Matters, a collegiate writing textbook. In 2004, Pfefferle published Poets on Place, the story of his year-long trip around America interviewing and photographing American poets: Mark Strand, Rita Dove, Denise Duhamel, Charles Wright, Mark Wunderlich, Henry Taylor, David St. John, and Nikki Giovanni.