William Everett is a writer, woodworker, and liturgist. A retired professor of ethics, he lives in Waynesville, NC, where he says "woodworking flows from the native forests and novels emerge from diaries like mountain streams in spring." William's first post-academic book was an "eco-historical" novel, Red Clay, Blood River, exploring the connections between our own Trail of Tears and South Africa's "Great Trek." His first volume of poetry, Turnings: Poems of Transformation, appeared in 2013. William has co-authored a volume of reflections entitled Sawdust and Soul: A Conversation about Woodworking and Spirituality. He is currently working on a memoir about his grandfather's work at the world's oldest copper mine in Cyprus in the 1920s. Learn more about William and his work at www.WilliamEverett.com and www.WisdomsTable.net.