“Katie Farris’s spare and lyrical language levitates—she is a haunting and new revelation.”
— Kate Bernheimer, editor of The Fairy Tale Review
Katie Farris is the author of the hybrid-form text boysgirls, (Marick Press, 2011; Tupelo Press 2019). boysgirls has been lauded as “truly innovative” by The Prague Post, and as “a tour de force” by Robert Coover. She is also author of the chapbooks Thirteen Intimacies (Fivehundred Places, 2017), and Mother Superior in Hell (Dancing Girl, 2019). Most recently she is winner of Fairy Tale Review’s Flash Fairy Tale Prize, the 2018 Anne Halley Poetry Prize from the Massachusetts Review, and the 2017 Orison Anthology Prize in Fiction. Her work has appeared in literary journals including Poetry, The Believer, Verse, and The Massachusetts Review. She is the co-translator of several books of poetry from the French, Chinese, and Russian, including Gossip and Metaphysics: Russian Modernist Poems and Prose. She graduated with an MFA from Brown University, and is currently Associate Professor of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Institute of Technology.