Wally Rudolph

Wally Rudolph is a multidisciplinary artist and the current seated co-chair of the Asian-American Writers Committee of the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA.) His debut novel, the literary thriller Four Corners (Counterpoint/Soft Skull) published in 2014, garnered praise for its unflinching prose and instantly drew comparisons to Daniel Woodrell, Richard Price, Denis Johnson, and Barry Hannah among others.

His second novel, MIGHTY, MIGHTY(Counterpoint/Soft Skull), published to widespread critical acclaim in fall 2015. More of his fiction can be found in the literary journals, Lines+Stars, Palooka, The Brooklyner, and Prospect Park Books 2013 Fiction Anthology, Literary:Pasadena, among others.

Born in Canada to Chinese-Jamaican immigrant parents and raised in Texas, he’s traveled and lived throughout North America, but now is more than happy to be living and creating in The City of Angels.