Taylor Hickney

Taylor Hickney is an intern for WLT who graduated in December from the University of Oklahoma with a major in English Writing and minors in both Spanish and Human Relations. In the fall, she’ll be moving to New York City to pursue an MFA in Fiction at The New School. F. Scott Fitzgerald is her favorite author, and All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is her favorite book. Commas are important, and she hates surprises. A big thanks to Amy Poehler and Mexican food for getting her this far in life.

  • A photograph of a barren Western landscape, with a mesa in the foreground
    June 20, 2018 | Taylor Hickney
      Photo: Pixabay When you think of “westerns” as a genre, you might picture messy saloons, sun-kissed cowboys, and quick-draw duels. A lone tumbleweed rolls across the dirt road while the whistle from...
  • A close up on a female face streaked with a variety of different colored paints, her hand (also covered) is over her face but her fingers are split so her eyes are visible.
    April 16, 2018 | Taylor Hickney, James Farner
      Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by Her Writings (Tate St. Ives, England) Through April 29, 2018 Virginia Woolf’s writing acts as a prism through which to explore feminist perspectives on la...

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