About Eliot Hudson
Eliot Hudson is a New York City based author and songwriter. He's earned two Masters Degrees (Creative Writing & Modern Literature) at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) and has studied under Rick Moody.
Spotlit as "Author of the Month" and selected to read at The Missing Slate's Edinburgh Reading for the Short Story "Día de los Muertos."
His prose has also appeared in Mystery Weekly, Every Day Fiction, The Showbear Family Circus, Helen Literary Magazine, Story Of, The Punxsutawney Spirit, Exploration, and Cleaning Up Glitter.
His poetry is issued in Coffin Bell, Willard & Maple, Gravitas, The Book Smuggler's Den, Helen Literary Magazine, Castabout Art & Literature, Gyroscope Review, and is exhibited in the collections, Garlic and Saphire, and Cleaves. Hudson has also participated in the Adirondack PoemVillage project in Saranac Lake (2019).