In 2019, I began work on my novel. Like most of my ideas, it started as an image: a mother holding her young daughter, looking out over a crumbling road as a weary sun set on a sickened, dying world. I didn’t know then—how could anyone?
Elle writes curious fiction about weird, messy people, and performs heart surgery on manuscripts missing their soul. She’s currently revising her debut novel and drinking a lot of wine. When Elle’s not writing, you can find her onstage pretending she’s someone with her life together or panic-eating peanut butter in the upstairs closet.
Elle has her MFA in Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University and her BA in English from Thomas Edison State University.
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