George Thomas Anderson is a writer who lives and works in the Rust Belt. His fiction and essays have appeared in PANK (forthcoming), Maudlin House, The Curator, The Other Journal, and Bedlam Magazine. He has written longform fiction since childhood, largely in secret.
George holds a Bachelor’s in Music, concentration in Composition, from Kent State University (graduation summa cum laude, 2010). Though he is beginning to see success as a writer, music retains a special place in his life. He continues to release avant-garde noise pop under the name The Victorious Airborne. From 2010 to 2013, he toured with the art-rock quartet Albatross (later renamed Kairos House), in which he contributed creatively to two albums as a melodic bassist and composer. His work on bass guitar is often compared to that of Chris Squire (Yes). His own work often features mournful guitars, ambiguous tonality, and static harmonies.