Anne Elliott

Anne Elliott’s stories can be seen in Crab Orchard Review, Witness, Hobart, FRiGG, JMWW, Bellevue Literary Review, Fugue, Opium, Pindeldyboz, The Normal School, and others. She has received The Normal Prize in short fiction, a Bridport Prize Highly Commendable in short fiction, and was a finalist for the Spokane Prize. She was awarded fellowships from Vermont Studio Center, Table 4 Writer’s Foundation, and Tomales Bay Writer’s Workshop. Elliott is a veteran of the New York spoken word circuit, with stage credits including The Whitney Museum, Lincoln Center, PS122, and St. Mark’s Poetry Project. She earned an MFA in visual art from University of California, San Diego, and lives in Brooklyn, USA with 3 cats, 2 dogs, and 1 husband. She works by day in the finance industry. Visit her at

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