Kylie Gellatly


Providence, RI
Rhode Island US

Author's Bio

Kylie Gellatly is a poet, visual artist, editor, and the author of The Fever Poems (Finishing Line Press 2021). Her visual poetry has appeared in a number of journals, including DIAGRAM, Fence, Ninth Letter, Northwest Review, Poetry Daily, Tupelo Quarterly, and the anthology, Roads Taken: Contemporary Vermont Poetry. Her book reviews have appeared in The Rumpus, Adroit Journal, Pleiades, Gulf Coast and Green Mountains Review. She received her BA in English from Mount Holyoke College and has received support from the Vermont Studio Center and the Juniper Writing Institute. She was awarded Honorable Mention for the 2022 Gertrude Claytor Award of the Academy of American Poets, longlisted for Frontier Poetry’s New Voices Contest, and twice shortlisted for the Disquiet Prize. Kylie currently serves as Managing Editor of Plant-Human Quarterly and Book Reviews Editor for Pleiades. For more, visit 


Publications & Prizes

AFTER: A Collection of Ekphrastic Writing and Art (Gasher Press, 2024)
Roads Taken: Contemporary Vermont Poetry (3rd. Edition) (Green Writers Press, 2022)
The Fever Poems (Finishing Line Press, 2021)
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TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics
The Hunger
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Shortlisted for the 2020 & 2023 Disquiet Prizes in Poetry

Honorable Mention for 2022 Gertrude Claytor Prize from the Academy of American Poets 

Longlisted for Frontier Poetry's 2022 New Voices Contest

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Last update: Jun 30, 2024