Kelly Morse’s poetry has been receiving all manner of publicity on the internet! Her poem ‘Nobody Leaves Anybody in Winter’ was nominated for the Best of the Net 2014 Anthology by apt magazine, and she was interviewed for The Writer’s Job, a website featuring writers who work in non-traditional writing jobs.
Kelly also published a book review and a guest post about Vietnamese poetry in the translation journal M-DASH, a translation project she started in Rosanna Warren’s translation seminar at BU. Two of her translations are forthcoming in Asymptote Journal in January of 2015. In addition, Kelly recently received a fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, where she is headed in February.
Kelly Morse is a poet, creative nonfiction writer, and translator. Her creative work has appeared or is forthcoming in Brevity, Alimentum, Quarter After Eight and elsewhere, while her translations are forthcoming in Asymptote. A graduate of Boston University’s MFA program, she has had work nominated for Best of the Net, and she is a Vermont Studio Center fellowship recipient.