Kim Adrian is the author of two books: Sock, a celebration of the sublime aspects of the mundane, and The Twenty-Seventh Letter of the Alphabet, a memoir that explores the mechanics memory in a family haunted by mental illness and addiction. Her shorter works have appeared in O MagazineTin HouseAgni, the Gettysburg Review and many other places. She is the editor of The Shell Game: Writers Play with Borrowed Forms, an anthology of lyric essays. She graduated from Barnard College with a major in Cultural Anthropology, and received her MFA in Literature and Creative Writing from the Bennington Writing Seminars. She has taught writing at Brown University, Boston University, and Grub Street in downtown Boston. She's currently at work on a novel.


"You Can't Have Flabby Curiosity: Three Questions for Kim Adrian"
Los Angeles Review of Books

Interview with Gary Percesepe
New World Writing (scroll down for interview)

Interview with Kathryn Kopple
The Leaving Years (a blog)