Henry Hoke wrote The Book of Endless Sleepovers and the story collection Genevieves, which won the Subito Press prose contest. His recent work appears in Electric Literature, Hobart, Winter Tangerine, Carve and the Catapult anthology Tiny Crimes. He co-created and directs the performance series Enter>text.
Born to Alabamians, Henry grew up in Virginia and earned his BFA from New York University. He holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, where he taught creative writing from 2014-2019. He has curated events at the &Now Festival, Machine Project, the Neutra VDL House and the Poetic Research Bureau. His play At Sundown premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and his short film Taking Shape screened on HBO. For a decade of summers he has taught screen and playwriting at the UVA Young Writers Workshop.