about

Kim Adrian is the author of a memoir and a book of lyric criticism, and the editor of an essay anthology praised by The Millions for offering "a sense of hope about literature." Her work has been supported by, among others, the Edward Albee Foundation, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and PEN/New England. She has taught at Boston and Brown Universities. Her third book, Letters to Knausgaard, will be published in 2020 by Fiction Advocate as part of their Afterwords Series ("reinventing literary criticism").

Selected Interviews
Los Angeles Review of Books
interviewed by Sariah Dorbin
Tin House
interviewed by Michelle Wildgen
Washington Independent Review of Books
interviewed by Holly Smith
New World Writing
interviewed by Gary Percesepe
(scroll down for interview)
The Leaving Years Blog
interviewed by Kathryn Kopple
Barnstorm Literary Journal
interviewed by Wes Hood

Upcoming Events
March 7, 2020
AWP Conference "Close Readings: Experiments in Bibliomemoir"
San Antonio, TX

March 26, 2020
University of Hartford
Hartford, CT