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.
Shortlisted for Arachne Press' Solstice Shorts Festival 2019: Time and Tide
Featured as "Editor's Choice" by the University of Louisville's Miracle Monocle.
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).
Excerpt from Woolfgang Manuscript Eliot is currently pitching for publication:
You may peek into the darkness to see the empty bones of trees that conceal the heart of the forest, where the beating is. Where the bleeding is. Because at this place, there is a cottage—for woods are mere woods until there is a cottage. Then, it becomes a fairy tale…