Karen Kevorkian is the author of White
Stucco Black Wing: Poems (Red Hen Press, 2004). Her poetry and fiction
appear or are forthcoming in the Antioch Review, Fiction
Third Coast, Rio Grande Review, Borderlands, 88, RUNES, The
Los Angeles Review, VOLT, Hambone, Five
Fingers Review, River City,
and Mississippi Review, where she won the fiction prize in 2000
and 1997. She has held residencies at the MacDowell Colony, the
Djerassi Foundation, and the Ucross Foundation. A former editor
and distribution manager for art books at the Fine Arts Museums
of San Francisco, she currently serves on the board of the Virginia
Arts of the Book Center and works with its letterpress studio.
She teaches poetry and fiction at the University of Virginia.