Kelli Stevens Kane


Author's Bio

Kelli Stevens Kane is a poet, playwright, and oral historian. She is the author of Hallelujah Science, her debut collection of poetry. Kane is a Cave Canem Fellow who has also studied at VONA, Hurston/Wright, and Callaloo. She is an August Wilson Center Fellow, and a recipient of Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh grants from The Pittsburgh Foundation. Her work has appeared in North American Review, Little Patuxent Review, Under a Warm Green Linden, Painted Bride Quarterly, African Voices, and Split This Rock. Kane has read her poetry and oral history, and performed her one woman show, Big George, nationally.

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Denver Syntax
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Little Red Leaves
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Last update: Jan 07, 2023