Marty Correia writes fiction and poetry in the East Village where she has lived with conceptual artist Kate Conroy since 1996. Marty’s work has appeared in The Mailer Review, Omnibus! Anthology, Sinister Wisdom, FUSE, Punk Soul Poet, Lady Business Poetry Anthology, Flock, POST and Cagibi. She ran the Wicked Queer Authors literary series at Dixon Place. Multiple grants funded Marty to produce her NYC reading series A Tribe Called Butch. She is a two-time recipient of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Foundation (LMCC) SU-CASA Artist-in-Residence grant in 2019 and 2020.
As a writing coach and manuscript adviser Marty helps writers dig deep and do their best work. Artists who have most influenced Marty are James Baldwin, Agnes Martin, Led Zeppelin, José Saramago and Gitta Sereny.
A graduate of NYU’s creative writing MFA program, Marty wrote Pigeon Mothers, a novel set in 1986 in Bridgeport, CT and Coney Island, NY. It is available at www.tripledeckerpress.com.
Marty's next project is the genderqueer memoir, Nobody Here Knows Me.