Kate Carmody is a recipient of a CINTAS Foundations Grant supporting artists of Cuban descent and a residency at Ragdale. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Rumpus, Potomac Review, Essay Daily, No Contact, Los Angeles Review, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and Lunch Ticket, among others. She received her MFA from Antioch University in Los Angeles and teaches writing courses nationally. She lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and dog. The three of them are in a band called Dadafacer.
Content by Kate Carmody
Go Ahead, Get Weird
BY Kate Carmody
Works that bend genre and experiment with form find a way to resist the singular story that Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie speaks of in her powerful TED Talk and response to oppression. As Spahr explains, “They are works that negotiate between the dire worries of homogeneity and loss and the utopian hopes of diversity and invention.”