Elizabeth J. Sparrow is a native New Yorker, and a graduate of Hunter College and New York University. She rarely writes about what she knows because there’s no fun in that. "Story-telling is about discovery and creating characters that behave willfully despite your earnest efforts to wrangle them into a cohesive narrative." Her two most compelling literary influences are the prose and poetry of Freddy the Pig and the blessed incantations and benzedrine-infused inspiration of Jack Kerouac.

Other Works

  • The Irish Tempest


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