Tim Elhajj is a writer in the Pacific Northwest. He lives near Phantom Lake with his wife, two elementary school kids, and a dog. Prior to moving west, Tim lived in New York City where he earned a BA from Hunter College.
Tim’s creative non-fiction essays have appeared in the New York Times and Brevity. He is currently working on a coming-of-age memoir, his first book-length creative project.
Tim edits Junk, an online journal at http://junklit.com.
It is easier to write for a living then to sell used cars.
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Thank you, Julie! That's good to hear, very encouraging.
Your Guernica piece kicked serious ass. Great to see you here.
Hi, Tim. Glad you enjoyed the piece in PANK. Thanks for reading it.
Tim -- I finally found the time to post a story! Thanks for bringing me here!
Thanks for the invite! I have posted my first story.
Glad you joined!