Adrian Shirk


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Photo by Cait Oppermann 
 
 
LADY

Adrian Shirk is a contributing editor of Correspondence. She was born on a stifling hot Labor Day in Brooklyn, 1988, and raised in Portland, Oregon, collectively, by musicians and social workers. She writes short fiction, long poems, family mythology, literature-to-be-read-aloud, and how-to's. She is trying to sell "a vision of eternal oranges and sunshine door-to-door in a land where people [eat] apples and it rains a lot." She is a student of The Writing Program at Pratt Institute. Come have breakfast with her at www.adrianshirk.com


ONLINE ARCHIVES

Fiction

Banquet
Cattle
The Falls

Junk  
    
Poetry

 
Interstate East West
The Troubadour
Taurus (feminine)
Leo (masculine)
Sagittarius (feminine)
 
PUBLICATION HISTORY   
 
Poetry
"Interstate East West" in Correspondence No. 1    
Fiction
"A Family History " in How to Leave a Place, edited by Ariel Gore
"Hush Puppies" in Look-Look Magazine
"Ida's Story" and "Diana's Story" in Broad Magazine
"The Circus" and "Banquet" in Ubiquitous
"Chiggers" in Gulf Coast Writer's Association's Magnolia Quarterly
Other
Stories w/ Snacks (Audio Book)                                                                                      
"The Dixie Mattress Co." (produced by Visions & Voices)   

                                                                                             




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