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Kathryn Kulpa

As a teenager, Kathryn Kulpa once tried to save a summer night in a Coke bottle. She has found that stories leak less, and work better at capturing tiny moments in time.





Kathryn's Origami micro-chapbook & selected excerpt are available below.

Origami Micro-Chapbook 

Selected Poem(s)

Who's the Skirt?


Cover Photo: Vintageclothesonline.net

These stories were originally published in:
Camroc Press Review, Press 53 Blog,
Prime Number, Short, Fast, and Deadly, & Thumbnail.

{mooblock=Ordinary Day, with Spin Art}

   I see you at the St. Jude’s carnival. It smells like
peanut allergy. You are three but look eighty. Bald
heads, burned faces: no one mindsmy old man son.
We ride the tilt-a-whirl, eat corn dogs. No one gives
me a medal. No one says, how brave of you to keep him.
Kathryn Kulpa © 2014