Kelle Grace Gaddis
Yellow Chair Review published Kelle Grace Gaddis’s first book, My Myths, in 2017. Other recently published works appear in BlazeVOX 15 & 17, Rye Whiskey Review, Chicken Soup For The Soul: Dreams & The Unexplainable, Dispatches Editions Resist Much / Obey Little, Vending Machine Presses Very Fine Writing, The Till, Five Willows Poetry Review, Thirteen Myna Birds Journal, Knot Literary Magazine, Entropy, DoveTales, and the forthcoming Fiction War Magazine Volume 8, 2019 and elsewhere. Ms. Gaddis has written several poetry chapbooks including It Is What It Is, It Was What It Was, Visions Of, and American Discard. She is honored to be one of Tupelo Presses 30/30 Writers for December of 2018 and a 4Culture “Poetry on the Buses” contest winner in 2015 and 2017 and prize-winning finalists in the National Fiction War Contest in summer of 2018. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington in 2014.