Currently, she is in the final stages of writing a memoir called "The Oyster's Autobiography," which investigates the mechanics of memory in a family haunted by mental illness, addiction, and incest. About this work-in-progress, New York Times Book Review critic Sven Birkerts has said, “Kim Adrian works her painful subject matter with great care and respect. She knows when reticence will work as well as declaration.”
Kim lives near Boston with her husband and two children. She works as a graphic designer and teaches creative writing at Grub Street.