About the Artist

Kimberly McClintock is a writer and visual artist whose poetry and essays have appeared in or are forthcoming from: Apeiron Review, Kindred Magazine, Glassworks, Bird’s Thumb, Mountain Gazette, Chattahoochee Review and Horse Around New Mexico. Her tiny, ragged collages are made enormous by feats of technology and enjoyed in homes across the country.

Kimberly holds an MFA from the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, and was their alumni association's 2009 Larry Levis Post-Graduate Fellow. She graduated from Stockton State College, now Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, in 1994 with a BA in Literature after having loitered as long as possible in Stephen Dunn's creative writing classes.

A native of New Jersey, Kimberly's favorite addresses include one in Ocean City, NJ that smelled inexplicably of cats, and an ancient brownstone opposite Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia where pansies grew in the sidewalk cracks. She currently makes her home with novelist David Wroblewski on the Front Range in Colorado.