(includes video) In August of 2020, WLD performed a brief reading of some new writing which that caustic year inspired. It is available to watch now.
(includes audio) Interview/reading done in the KJHK studio on the KU campus in Lawrence, KS, in 2015 on the release of William L. Domme’s historical horror novel, The Confluence.
(includes video) In the historic summer of 2020, amidst a global pandemic and nationwide protests against police brutality and systemic racism, Arts Connect in Topeka, KS, produced a video to celebrate the speech of Frederick Douglass which he gave on July 5, 1852, titled, What, to the Slave, is the Fourth of July? William L. … Read more
(includes audio) Author reading of Chapter One. To purchase a copy, please order through your local bookstores which you can access here: Indiebound. Press play on the orange arrow to listen to an excerpt of The Confluence as read by the author.