Elizabeth Trundle is a novelist and short story writer, a blogger, and a recording artist (as Boo Trundle). Also a seeker of solace through high art, low art, and Eastern philosophy. Gullible, random, exposed, and weighty, as needed. The other option, which is not an option, is to remain numb and unexplored.
The blog: taking a swipe at TRUTH by approaching it sideways, through juxtaposition, or happenstance. If it shows up, it shows up between the cracks. Where gender is irrelevant. Age is unknown. Addiction is unnecessary. Meds are optional, sometimes questionable. Family? By your own design: ask the tough questions and answer with love. Whatever that is.
Elizabeth’s work has appeared in numerous publications including The Georgia Review, Prairie Schooner, The Nervous Breakdown, and Local Knowledge. Her e-book, Seventies Gold, was published by 3 a.m. analog and is available on Amazon. She tells stories live, and has won the Moth StorySLAM in New York City. She will be a featured writer/performer in the cast of Listen To Your Mother at the South Orange Performing Arts Center in May 2016. She conducts interviews with poets and fiction writers for The Brooklyn Rail. She performed and recorded music as Boo Trundle in the 1990s; her music was released and distributed through Caroline Records. She received a BA in English and Visual Arts from Brown University and earned a MA from the Jackson Center for Creative Writing at Hollins University.