Kelly Luce lived in rural Japan for two years (including six days in jail) and keeps a hula hoop in her car. She’s been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony and Jentel Arts, and received the 2008 Jackson Award from the San Francisco Foundation and Tampa Review’s 2008 Danahy Fiction Prize. Kelly’s work has appeared in North American Review, The Gettysburg Review, Massachusetts Review, and Nimrod. You can find her here.
Read Kelly Luce’s work:
Issue 05 | June 2009