Wilmington Writers Conference
All Day on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at Delaware Art Museum
The 2019 conference, on the theme of place, includes craft conversations and workshops. Kim will be co-leading a roundtable with Dan Vera called “Claiming History: Writing Cliophrastic Poems,” on the challenges and pleasures of writing poems that reinterpret and reclaim American history. The conference runs from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm; Kim’s session will be in the afternoon, beginning at 1:15. Fees charged.
OutWrite LGBTQ Literary Festival
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at Reeves Municipal Center
Beltway Poetry Quarterly is proud to host a reading of five LGBTQ+ authors who have been featured in the journal, as well as serving as an editor of a recent issue. Featuring Saida Agostini, Regie Cabico, Margaret Corum, Yermiyahu Ahron Taub, and Venus Thrash. Hosted by Kim. Free admission.
Art Omi Writers Reading + BBQ
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Art Omi Sculpture Park, Benenson Center
Kim participates in a group reading of international writers-in-residence at the Art Omi Sculpture Park. Reading followed by BBQ. Free admission.
Art Omi Writers in NYC
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm on Sunday, October 20, 2019 at Nuyorican Poets Cafe
Kim participates in a group reading of international writers-in-residence at Art Omi Sculpture Park. Free admission.
Kim teaches an ongoing Memoir Workshop at Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church in Bethesda, MD. There are no openings for new members at this time.
In 2019, she was a guest teacher at the DC campus of Notre Dame University and a visiting lecturer at Emory University. She gave presentations at the Stonewall National Museum in Florida and to members of the DC Preservation League.
In May and June, Kim was the Festival Director for the Walt Whitman 200 Festival, a 12-day, city-wide celebration with 30 Community Partners and over 50 events, sponsored by Humanities DC. In 2019, she also served on the DC Poet Laureate Selection Committee, administered through the Mayor’s Office on Talent and Appointments; as a judge for the Arts Club of Washington 2019 Scholarship Competition in Poetry; and as a judge for the District Finals for the Poetry Out Loud Competition in DC.
Other highlights of the year: Kim was awarded a two-week Rose Library Research Fellowship from Emory University in Atlanta in April 2019. She has also been selected as the Alumni Writer-in-Residence at Art Omi, a sculpture park in Ghent, New York for 9 weeks, from September through mid-November 2019.
Kim is available for presentations, readings, and literary walking tours, and to serve as a juror for writing competitions. If you’d like to book her for your school, book club, alumni group, non-profit organization or other group, please drop her a note (see contact page on this web site)!