Only two weeks until Mary-Kim Arnold’s Hybrid Writing Workshop begins!
For a taste of her writing, take a look at her piece in the Rumpus, which you can read in full here.
“We went to Boston to be alone, to be away from the people we knew. Far enough so that we would not run into anyone we knew at the diner where we ate breakfast or at the bookstore where we spent the afternoon. It was early in our love. We were swept up in the heat of it.”
Mary-Kim Arnold’s prose has appeared online at Tin House, Wigleaf, HMTL Giant, and The Rumpus. She was a finalist in the 2013 Pinch Journal Literary Awards and her poetry collection, Awake, Location was a finalist for the 2013 Kundiman Prize. She has poems at Two Serious Ladies and forthcoming from [burntdistrict]. She has taught creative writing at RISD, Wheaton College, and at Brown University, where she received her MFA. She lives in Pawtucket.