Tim Fitts Bio
Tim Fitts is a photographer, novelist, and short-story writer living and working in Philadelphia, PA. He joined the editorial staff at the Painted Bride Quarterly, and he has taught First-Year Writing at Drexel University, the University of the Arts, Widener University, and the Curtis Institute of Music. Fitts is also the co-founder of the Philly Homebrew Reading Series.
His fiction and photography have been published by journals such as The Gettysburg Review, Granta, Day One, the New England Review, Shenandoah, among others. Fitts is the author of two short story collection, Hypothermia (MadHat Press 2017) and Go Home and Cry for Yourselves (Xavier Review Press 2017). His novel, The Soju Club (Loupe 2016) was published in Korea as a Korean translation.
In 2012, Fitts was asked to produce a book of photography, "46-45 Verandering," which was part of Commotion, a public arts program led by John Phillips, funded by Philadelphia's Percent for Art Program.
His photography has been featured as cover art for the New England Review, the American Literary Review and is shown regularly at the Thomas Deans Fine Art, in Atlanta. He has held solo exhibitions in Kwanhoon Galleries in Seoul, as well as the Kaywon School of Art and Design and Suwon University.He later studied creative writing at the University of Maryland. As a photographer, he held his first solo exhibitions at art museums and universities in Seoul and Suwon, South Korea. His images have appeared on the cover of the New England Review and American Literary Review, and his short stories have appeared in the Cimarron Review, PRISM International, Faultline, and others.