Eli Hastings, Nonfiction Editor

Eli Hastings lives in Seattle with his wife and son where he works in social services and the arts and is pursuing an MA in psychology/family therapy.  He earned his MFA and taught Creative Nonfiction and English courses at the UNC at Wilmington. His memoir/elegy, Clearly Now, the Rain, is forthcoming from ECW Press in the Spring of 2012. He published a book of personal essays, Falling Room, with Bison Books (University of Nebraska Press) in their American Lives Series in 2006. His work has appeared in: Rivendell, Third Coast, Cimarron Review, Pinyon, Whetstone, Alligator Juniper, Pedestal Magazine, the Seattle Review, Wandering Army, The Tulane Review, Blood Lotus, R.kv.r.y, Flashquake, 580 Split, YES! Magazine, and 10 Tons of Black Ink. He has been anthologized in Men Speak Out (Routledge Press, UK, 2007), American Lives: A Reader (University of Nebraska Press, edited by Tobias Wolff, 2010), and Show & Tell: Writers on Writing (University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2009).  The essay he placed with Third Coast was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and the essay at Alligator Juniper won their nonfiction contest. Four of his stories are in preproduction as a feature film at Westbound Films (www.westboundfilms.com). He blogs and links to work at www.elihastings.com.

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