Adrian Shirk

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Adrian Shirk is a founding member of, and fiction editor for, The Corresponding Society. In the past her prose has appeared in BroadSlouchLook-Look, and Spork Magazine, as well as previous volumes of Correspondence. Her work is also available as an audiobook, Stories w/Snacks, which she recorded with a Portland, Oregon musician in 2008. She maintains a literary food blog, at What I Ate Where, and is currently enrolled in the Writing Program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
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Poetry



 
PUBLICATION HISTORY   
 
Poetry
"Interstate East West" in Correspondence No. 1  
  
Fiction
"Not Really New, Not Really Mexico"; "Haven't I Taught You Anything"; & "The Last Cheap House on Wall Street" in Correspondence No. 3
"A Room Room" and "The Falls" in Correspondence No. 2
"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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