Kelly Konya is a writer based in Cleveland.
A poet, fiction writer, journalist, and web content writer, her work most often concerns subjects related to identity, urban life, illusions of reality, and foreignness.
Her work has appeared in outlets such as The Irish Times, and her poetry has been published in select American and Irish literary journals, including Banshee, The Honest Ulsterman, Icarus, Cagibi, Cold Coffee Stand, Lucky Jefferson, WomenArts Quarterly, Chimes, and The Juggler. She is currently a poetry reader for Cleveland’s literary journal, The Gordon Square Review, and she read for Palette Poetry in the past.
For updates, follow Kelly on Twitter: @kelly_konya