Erin Hutton is a writer, traveler, cook, Crohn’s patient and advocate, environmental activist, and creator of spontaneous energy. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Chatham University and her BA in International Studies from Wells College. Her work has appeared in Ophelia Street, Blood and Thunder, Underwired, and others.
Erin was born in a Florida suburb, but spent most of her formative years in a little town in the Adirondack Mountains and traveling. Summers were spent picking blueberries, baking blueberry buckles, riding in the car, writing, flying on airplanes, eating strange new foods in Manhattan and Maine, hitting up Europe’s most famous tourist sites, and taking pictures of everything. She aims to make her life now as fun and productive as her parents made those summers, to do something good for her community and the world, and keep on writing.