Ali Eteraz

Ali Eteraz is based at the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto. He is the author of the coming-of-age memoir “Children of Dust” and the surrealist short story collection “Falsipedies & Fibsiennes.” Eteraz’s short fiction has appeared in the Chicago Quarterly Review, storySouth, and Crossborder, and his nonfiction has been highlighted by NPR, The New York Times, and the Guardian. Recently, Eteraz received the 3 Quarks Daily Arts & Literature Prize, judged by Mohsin Hamid, and served as a consultant to the artist Jenny Holzer on a permanent art installation in Qatar. Eteraz has lived in the Dominican Republic, Pakistan, the Persian Gulf, and Alabama.