Bio for 2019

Kim lives in fairy tale cottage in Louisville, KY. Has been reading serious autobiographies about women leaders lately—Sandra Day O’connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Madelyn Albright—taking a break from poetry upon completion (finally) of her MFA in poetry from Spalding University in June 2018–yeah!

Reason for signing up:

I love the challenge! And, think the time limit will make poems free of fear & editing! More spontaneous & original!

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