Kristin Ginger


In 2010, Kristin Ginger received her MFA in fiction at Boston University. She has served as editor-in-chief of Carleton College’s literary magazine, Manuscript, and interned with featherproof books, Ivan R. Dee, Publishing, Helm Books, and AGNI. She is interested in the intersection of activism and art; in Minneapolis, she worked in refugee resettlement and interviewed asylees and refugees for the book This Much I Can Tell You. After travelling to India on a Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship last year, she interned at an elephant sanctuary and attended the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop as a Peter Taylor Fellow for Jane Hamilton.

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Pushcart (CNF) 2018*

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