Eliot Hudson is an author and singer songwriter. He's earned two Masters Degrees (Creative Writing & Modern Literature) at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) and has studied under Rick Moody.
Hudson's latest short story "Russian Dolls" is included in Mystery Weekly Magazine's June 2019 Issue. His latest poems are featured in Gravitas (Volume 18.2), The Book Smuggler's Den, and Castabout Art & Literature.
Hudson is also participating in the Adirondack PoemVillage project in Saranac Lake (2019).
He was selected to read at the Brooklyn Popsickle Literary Festival, representing Lalitama for his short story "Dancing in Auschwitz." He was featured as "Author of the Month" and selected to read at The Missing Slate's Edinburgh Reading for his Short Story "Día de los Muertos." He has been published in Every Day Fiction, has been a contributing writer to the Punxsutawney Spirit, and the travel journal, Exploration. His poems have been featured in the collections, Garlic and Saphire, and Cleaves.
Hudson writes music and performs throughout New York City as the “Hudson Underground.”
He’s played as far as Barcelona, London, Rome, Romania, Vietnam
and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.