William Todd Schultz
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William Todd Schultz

William Todd Schultz is a personality psychologist who specializes in profiles of artists. He’s published three books—Tiny Terror on Truman Capote, An Emergency in Slow Motion on Diane Arbus, and Torment Saint on Elliott Smith—along with numerous articles and book chapters. He curates and edits the Oxford book series Inner Lives. He’s appeared in Huffington Post, Poetry Foundation, Salon, Slate, The Spectator, Seattle Weekly, and other venues. In 2015, Schultz was awarded the Erikson Prize for Mental Health Media; from 2016-2017 he was a Shearing Fellow at the Black Mountain Institute in Las Vegas; and in summer, 2021, he completed a Yaddo Artist Residency. He lives and teaches in Portland, Oregon.
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