Anthony Jones
 
 
 

Bio

Anthony studied Creative Writing at UCLA under Mona Simpson and David Wong Louie where he was awarded with the Ruth Brill Scholarship for excellence in fiction. His work has been featured lots of places, most notably PANK Magazine, Chicago Literati, The Montreal Review, Medium and Poetry Quarterly. He's an alum of the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn and the Quiet Lightning Reading Series in San Francisco. He also regularly performs with the Noah Garabedian Sextet, pairing original fiction with live jazz.

In 2015, he co-founded Jones & Woolf, a music + lit duo specializing in audio fiction. Their first album, Neon Bedrooms and the Light from your Mother's House came out in December 2018.

 

 

Jones & Woolf

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Selected Work

The Red Ghost / The Other Stories Podcast / May 2019

Neon Bedrooms and the Light from your Mother’s House / Bandcamp / December 2018

Robot Love: The Revenge of Mickey Judah / Amazon / April 2017

In Search of High Density Ultraweirdness: On the Path to Peak Absurdity at the 2016 Republican National Convention / Medium / October 2016

Static / Chicago Literati / October 2016

Static (live performance) / Quiet Lightning Reading Series / January 2014

Now That’s What I Call Love / PANK Magazine / July 2011

Oh, So You’re An Actor? / This Great Society / May 2011

The Mad Scientists at Prom / Miracle Monocle / April 2011

Go for it, Alfonso! / Storychord / February 2011

The Ghost Lives / The Montreal Review / January 2011

Robot Love: Tokyo Song (live performance) / The Noah Garabedian Sextet / April 2010

Somewhere South of So What / Poetry Quarterly / October 2010