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Kelsi Lindus is a writer and documentary film producer living in the Puget Sound. Her chapbook, LIFE FORMS STILL LIVING, is available now from Bottlecap Press.


She has worked for clients that include American Express, College Board, ESPN, Gap Inc., Google, the Oprah Winfrey Network, PBS, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and a former TIME magazine "Person of the Year," for whom she produced a personal project.

Her writing can be found in, or forthcoming from, X-R-A-Y Literary MagazineAutofocusP.S. I Love You, Huff PostLost Balloon MagazineCloves LiteraryRejection LettersThe Jupiter ReviewRoi Fainéant Press, and elsewhere. 


Kelsi currently produces the award-winning series Black History in Two Minutes (or so) with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and is at work on her first full-length book. She holds a BA in English (Poetry) from Northwestern University and an MFA in Nonfiction Writing from The New School.


To connect, please email or find her on Twitter @kelsijayne. Thanks for stopping by!


Reading at Pete's Candy Store, Brooklyn, NY
Credit: Alex Vara

© Lauren Stelling
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