Mary-Kim Arnold

Mary-Kim Arnold, a poet and a visual artist, is the author of Litany for the Long Moment (Essay Press, 2017). Her work has been featured in a number of literary and art journals, including Tin House, the Rumpus, Day One, and Hyperallergic. Arnold was born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in New York City, and she holds graduate degrees from Brown University and Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives and works in Rhode Island.

Georgia Review Archive for Mary-Kim Arnold

on Landscape with Headless Mama by Jennifer Givhan

on IRL by Tommy Pico

The text message that begins Tommy Pico’s 98-page-long poem is addressed to potential lover “Girard,” but I like to think of it as an invitation to the reader as well:… read more