Kathryn Kulpa is a fiction writer and editor. She was a winner of the Vella Chapbook Contest for her flash fiction chapbook Girls on Film, published by Paper Nautilus Press, and she received the Mid-List Press First Series Award for her short story collection Pleasant Drugs (Mid-List Press). She is also the author of Who’s the Skirt?, a micro-chapbook published by the Origami Poems Project, and has been featured in several anthologies. Kathryn has published short fiction in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Bellevue Literary Review, decomP, Florida Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Literary Orphans, 100 Word Story, Monkeybicycle, NANO Fiction, Pithead Chapel, Smokelong Quarterly, Superstition Review, and many other journals.
Kathryn has taught writing workshops at Stonecoast Writers’ Conference in Maine, the University of Rhode Island, Frequency Writers, Hollihock Writing Conference, and Writespace in Texas. She was a visiting artist at Wheaton College. She is a flash fiction editor at Cleaver and formerly served as an editor of Newport Review, Pif, and Merlyn’s Pen, a journal of writing by teens. She comes very close to living in Rhode Island.