Kimberly Alidio

Kimberly Alidio is the author of why letter ellipses (selva oscura, 2020); : once teeth bones coral : (Belladonna*, 2020), a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award; The Sky Forever (Writ Large/The Accomplices, 2019); and After projects the resound (Black Radish, 2016).

Alidio has received fellowships from Kundiman, VONA/Voices, and the Center for Art and Thought, among others. A poet, essayist, and educator, she lives on unceded Munsee-Mohican territories, also known as upper Hudson Valley, New York.