Eve Kerrigan is an editor and a writer of fiction and personal essays. She is an enthusiast of all things amusing and creative. Eve is a mother to an exuberant toddler and a caretaker of small animals. She is originally from Southern New England and has returned after a long absence. Eve's collection of short stories is called Situational Narcolepsy and she is currently working on her first novel.
Eve's short fiction has been published in L'Allure Des Mots, The Oddville Press, 521 Magazine, and other literary journals. Eve's creative nonfiction has appeared in the Narcissistic Anthropologist and Sociology of Style.
Eve has a BA in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Creative Writing. She co-founded and was a head producer at Los Angeles-based arts collective, The Woodshed Artist's Community for which she also was a writer, principle actor and workshop leader. Eve has worked as an adjunct creative writing teacher at School One, an alternative learning high school in Providence, RI. Currently, she conducts creative writing workshops for tweens and teens, as well as multigenerational storytelling classes as part of programs established by School One, in collaboration with Write RI and Goat Hill Writers. Eve has also worked as a culture journalist, writing consultant, editorial assistant and public speaking and acting coach. Eve has lived in two countries and five states and has traveled extensively throughout the USA, Canada, Eastern and Western Europe and beyond. She shares her writing on her blog, www.Tumsen.Wordpress.com.