Anne Elliott

Anne Elliott has done spoken word in NYC since the early 90’s, appearing (with and without ukulele) at the Whitney Museum, KGB Bar, the Knitting Factory, and St. Mark’s Poetry Project. She is the big cheese of Big Fat Press, which publishes hand-printed chapbooks of experimental fiction, poetry and performance texts. Her work has appeared in anthologies including Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poet’s Café (Henry Holt), and Verses That Hurt: Pleasure and Pain from the Poemfone Poets (St. Martin’s), and periodicals including Interview, Lungfull, Excursus Literary Journal, and WV. She was a 2001 fiction fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Elliott earned an MFA from UC San Diego, and a BFA from Washington University, both in visual art/performance. She lives in Flatbush, Brooklyn, and earns her keep as a quantitative analyst.

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