Kathryn Petruccelli is a bi-coastal performer and writer with an M.A. in teaching English language learners. She’s passionate about getting contemporary poetry, particularly that of poets of color, in front of youth. Journals her work has appeared in include The Southern Review, The Massachusetts Review, New Ohio Review, Rattle, Ruminate, River Teeth’s Beautiful Things, Poet Lore, Catamaran Literary Reader, SWWIM, Literary Mama, and Glass: A Journal of Poetry. Nominated for Best of the Net 2020, Kathryn is a past winner of San Francisco’s LitQuake essay contest and a finalist for the 2019 Omnidawn Broadside Poetry Prize.

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