Chris Cocca is a writer based in Pennsylvania. His fiction, essays, and poetry have been published at venues including Hobart, Creative Nonfiction, Pindeldyboz, elimae, Thieves Jargon, Generate, Geeze, The Huffington Post, Boston Literary Review, The Ursinus College Lantern, and more. He is a past recipient of the Creager Prize for Creative Writing at Ursinus College and is a graduate of Ursinus College, Yale Divinity School, and The New School (MFA, creative writing).
Some older work you may have seen is noted here. Many of these short pieces were written in the early days of online literary journals (between 2004 and 2009) and before Chris began focusing on longer narrative forms. The Eulogy And Judgment Of My Friend, The Philosophe was written in 1996. Currently, Chris is composing poetry and fiction of varying lengths, and occasional blog posts on music, art, and writing.