Katherine Gaffney
Architectonic. Stop. This space
matronly, once, ought not be
reduced vestigial, to a thrust. Let’s write,
the Myth of or Mystery at or make
whispers of fairies, ghostly dresses
singing from their once posts, turning
once into ever after. Let’s think:

Katherine Gaffney recently finished her MFA at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and she now works as an editor and writer for a digital media group. Her manuscript entitled "No One Thought of Birds" was a semi-finalist for the Lexi Rudnitsky Prize from Persea Books. Her work has previously appeared and is forthcoming in Rabbit Catastrophe, Kettle Blue Review, Meridian, jubilat, and elsewhere.

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