Kaitlin Barker Davis is a writer from Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and daughter. Her essays are mostly curious about what it means to travel through the world as a woman, whether that’s a country she’s visiting for the first time or an identity she’s learning to embody. She is at work on her first book, a memoir in essays that explore uncharted territory in travel and motherhood. Her writing has appeared in Nowhere Magazine, Narratively, The Rumpus, CNF Sunday Short Reads, The Best Women’s Travel Writing (Vol.12): True Stories from Around the World and elsewhere. She has an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Seattle Pacific University and can be found at kaitlinbarkerdavis.com.
I'm a writer and sound engineer raised in Tokyo and New Jersey. My essays and poetry have appeared in Southeast Review, Essay Daily, and Puerto del Sol. I received the Bowdoin Nonfiction Prize and an ... [+]
Keturah is from southern Virginia with its trees, rainstorms, dragonflies, and fairies and is currently studying chemical engineering at Brigham Young University.
French, what else ? You have to excuse my English ! If you want to read me in french, it's here : https://short-edition.com/fr/auteur/juju