E. Kristin Anderson

No grotesque culmination of witchcraft
No Grotesque Culmination of Witchcraft
Source Material: Rice, Anne. “Chapter 12.” Lasher, Mass Market ed., Ballantine, 1995, pp. 218–264.

E. Kristin Anderson is the author of eight chapbooks of poetry including A GUIDE FOR THE PRACTICAL ABDUCTEE (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2014), PRAY, PRAY, PRAY: Poems I wrote to Prince in the middle of the night (Porkbelly Press, 2015), FIRE IN THE SKY (Grey Book Press, 2016), SHE WITNESSES (dancing girl press, 2016), WE’RE DOING WITCHCRAFT (Hermeneutic Chaos Press, 2016), and 17 seventeen XVII (Grey Book Press,2017). Their nonfiction anthology, DEAR TEEN ME, was published in October of 2012 by Zest Books (distributed by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) and their next anthologies, HYSTERIA: Writing the Female Body and COME AS YOU ARE (a 90s pop culture anthology) are forthcoming this year from Sable Books and Anomalous Press. They have worked at The New Yorker magazine and have a B.A. in Classics from Connecticut College. They just began working as a designer and editor at Red Paint Hill and were a poetry editor for several years at Found Poetry Review. Their poems have appeared in many magazines—including The Boiler, Nashville Review, diode, American Journal of Nursing, and Whiskey Island—and they have work forthcoming in Salamander and The Texas Review. They grew up in Maine, live in Austin, Texas, and occasionally blog at EKristinAnderson.com.