Kathleen Hellen

Born in Tokyo, half Japanese, Kathleen Hellen (she/her/hers) has won prizes from the Maryland State Arts Council, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, as well as the H.O.W. JournalWashington Square Review, and Washington Writers’ Publishing House for her collection Umberto’s Night. Hellen’s poems have appeared in Barrow StreetThe Carolina QuarterlyColorado Review, jubilat, New American WritingNew LettersNorth American ReviewPrairie SchoonerSubtropicsThe Sycamore ReviewVerse Daily, and West Branch, among others. Her credits include two chapbooks, The Girl Who Loved Mothra and Pentimento. Hellen’s latest poetry collection is The Only Country Was the Color of My Skin.

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