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KELLY HUDSON

(GROGAN)

FICTION & NON-FICTION AUTHOR

WORDS

This Tiny Enormous Life

Tahoma Literary Review, Issue 22 | Non-Fiction | Read | Listen

 

Moon

December Magazine, Volume 31.2 | Fiction | Read | Order Issue

Defying Gravity

The CAW | Non-Fiction | Read

Fierce, Funny, and Frank—Author Betty Fussell's Recipe for Living Large

Santa Barbara Independent | Non-Fiction | Read

Feature Cover Story

The Aquarium

Storyscape Literary Journal, Issue 22 | Fiction | Read

Weightlessness

Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry & Prose, Issue 18 | Fiction | ReadOrder Issue

Dogwood Literary Award Finalist

With the Depth of a Thousand Waters

Blue Earth Review, Issue 21 | Fiction | ReadOrder Issue

Underwater

The Forge Literary Magazine | Non-fiction | Read | Author Interview

The Wounded Wind

Reed Magazine, May 2018 | Non-fiction | Read | Order E-Book | Order Print Issue

Gabriele Rico Prize Finalist

Murmurations

The Tishman Review, January 2018 | Non-fiction |  Read

Best of the Net 2018 Nomination

Almost

New Plains Review, Fall 2017 | Fiction | ReadOrder Issue

Of Wind & the Sea

deLuge Journal 3.1, Fall 2017  |  Fiction |  Read

Publications
Bookshelf

HONORS

PLAYA Writer-in-Residence

December 2019 | Read More

 

Best of the Net Nomination

Murmurations, Nonfiction 2018

ZYZZYVA Advanced Fiction Workshop with Anthony Marra

August, 2018

Bob & Judy Mathey Scholarship | Mendocino Coast Writer's Conference

August, 2017

Elizabeth George Foundation Grant

2015/2016

Student Perspective Commencement Address

College of the Atlantic, June 2011  |  Watch

Davis Foundation Scholar

I.B., United World College, Wales, United Kingdom, 2005-2007

B.A., College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine, 2007-2011

Honors
About

ABOUT KELLY

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Kelly's fiction and nonfiction explore the intersection between our natural environment and human experience. Her unique undergraduate education in Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic provides the framework for much of her ideology and her interdisciplinary approach to writing and living.

 

Kelly received her MFA in Creative Writing from the Northwest Institute for Literary Arts and Antioch University, Los Angeles with the support of a private grant from the Elizabeth George Foundation. She is the founder and host of Out Loud, a bimonthly literary reading series that featured local Santa Barbara authors, and runs her own Professional Creative Services business, KG Creative Services. Kelly is also a Professor of Writing for Antioch University, Santa Barbara's undergraduate program.

In her free time, Kelly enjoys creating art, reading voraciously, and exploring the mountains with her husband and their two dogs. 

Books

Kelly is available for speaking engagements, workshops and teaching, readings, and book coaching and editorial support. Please visit www.kgcreativeservices.com for more information about her Professional Creative Services, or contact her using the form below.

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