Joanna Kadish

Joanna’s work has appeared in a handful of literary magazines, print and online, including Catamaran Literary Review, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Potato Soup Journal, Literary Orphans, Cultured Vultures, and Citron Review. She was a finalist in Cutthroat’s 2016 Rick DeMarinis Short Fiction Contest, and received honorable mention in Glimmer Train’s Emerging Writers Contest for 2015 and 2016. Years ago, she was a regular freelance contributor for the New Jersey Regional Section of The New York Times, and several regional newspapers and magazines, including The Cleveland Plain Dealer and Asbury Park Press, and received a few awards for that work from the Society of Professional Journalists. After self-publishing two novels she went for an MFA in creative writing from Bennington Writing Seminars in Vermont, and has an undergraduate degree in literature from UC Berkeley.