Sue D. Gelber writes fiction, humor, personal essays, and grocery lists. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and a master’s from the University of Massachusetts, although neither institution is likely to name her as a distinguished alumna. She’s also a graduate of the Second City Training Center and The Book Project at The Lighthouse Writers Workshop.
Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Weekly Humorist, Electric Literature, and The Chicago Tribune, among others. Links to clips are here, or if you’re looking for Sue’s (sorely neglected) blog, head to www.outsidethecomfortzone.com. She is also humor editor at the literary magazine the museum of americana and a judge for the NYC Midnight Short Story and Micro-fiction contests.