William A. Gonzalez is a Salvadoran American poet- short story writer, who paints pictures through writing for people who face real life poverty stricken struggles. William was born into what’s still considered a poor transient sector of the Westlake/ Pico Union District Los Angeles California. He navigated through a wave of violence in the 1980’s 1990’s that most sheltered folks wouldn’t believe. Gangs, crime- drug and poverty stricken communities enriched his soul with vivid memories that he uses as tools today to create authentic street literary work. William gives the American- Worldwide people the ability to read authentic ghetto short stories that reflect truth. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself reading inside a web full of a combination of sticky unedited ghetto literature.
“I don’t write for you, nor do I write for myself, I scribe words for them.”