Kim Frank's work is published in American Literary Review, Sidetracked Magazine for Adventure Travel, Shadowgraph, DuPont Registry, Blackbird, Drunken Boat, Every Day a Century, Colorado Review, monthly in SVPN Magazine where she served as Editor from 2014-2017.  Kim is a Writer and Editor for Maptia, crafting long-form stories with some of the world's top photographers, together highlighting conservation, exploration, and adventure across the globe. She is also the Storyteller for  Explorer Consulting :The Business of Exploration.

 

A 2014 Idaho Literature Fellow with an MFA from the Warren Wilson Program for Writers and an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania, Kim is a 2013 UCross Artist Residency Fellow.  Her novel excerpt, "Our Red Thread" was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize. Kim was co-writer and editor for the short film, "Goddess of the Yangtze," a Columbia Gorge International Film Festival documentary pick. She is currently working on a novel set in China and a book titled, Women at the End of the Land, a collaborative project with documentary photographer and explorer, Alegra Ally.  Originally from Ocean City, New Jersey, Kim lives in Sun Valley, Idaho with her family and two dogs.

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