Having grown up in Maine, Jeff Phillips moved to Chicago to pursue dreams of becoming a method actor in 2002. After co-founding and running a storefront theatre company into the ground, he found writing prose to be cathartic, and shifted his focus to writing stories and scripts over abusing his body for “the role.” In 2010, he work-shopped his play Bosto at the DCA Studio Theatre in Chicago as part of their Incubator Series in 2010 with the XIII Pocket Collective. His short fiction has appeared in Seeding Meat and Bellows and has released two novellas; Whiskey Pike: A Bedtime Story for the Drinking Mankind, and Turban Tan. He is a member of Wood Sugars Comedy and keeps a blog at TheIglooOven.com.
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