Kelli Hansel Haywood
http://@darkmoon_kelli

Bio for 2021

Kelli Hansel Haywood is an author, public speaker/teacher, and mother of three daughters in the mountains of southeastern, Kentucky.<br />Kelli’s most recent published works can be found in Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy from West Virginia University Press (2019), in various editions of Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel, Women Speak Vol. 5 from the Women of Appalachia Project, as well as among other online journals and magazines, including long form journalism, radio journalism, creative nonfiction, fiction, and blogs. Her book Sacred Catharsis is forthcoming Summer 2021.

Reason for signing up:

I am working on a poetry and flash essay collection and thought this could be helpful accountability. I also enjoy connecting with other writers.

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