Stuart Ross is a writer living in Chicago. His work has appeared in DIAGRAM, Eclectica Magazine, Funhouse Magazine, HTML Giant, Pioneertown, The Awl, The Fanzine, The Stockholm Review of Literature, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, and other places. He is co-author of the novella Markson’s Pier, published by Essays & Fictions.

His novel Mainstream was shortlisted for the 2016 Beverley Prize from Eyewear Publishing, and still seeks a publisher. He was awarded first place, non-fiction in the Summer Literary Seminars 2013 contest. He has been a resident of the Ragdale Foundation and a Pushcart Prize nominee.

Stuart is a graduate of Queens College, City University of New York and the Creative Writing program at the University of Notre Dame.