The mission of the O. Henry Museum is to collect, preserve and interpret artifacts and archival materials relative to William Sidney Porter, the author otherwise known as O. Henry, for literary, educational, and historical purposes.
The O. Henry Museum offers a look into the life of William Sidney Porter in the Austin years leading up to his controversial prison term, after which he assumed the pen name O. Henry and set about transforming himself into the famed short story writer who authored such universal classics as "Gifts of the Magi," "The Ransom of Red Chief" and "The Cop and the Anthem."
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O. Henry's Unpublished Manuscript Exhibit - through Sunday, May 4, 2014
Be one of the first ever to read this unpublished tale of matrimonial mayhem, involving absinthe, a battle axe, and a rage-filled climax, with signature O. Henry twist ending.
IN SHORT FICTION WORKSHOP - Master the basics of short story writing! Register here.