Kim’s work is published in Maptia, American Literary Review, Sidetracked Magazine for Adventure Travel, Shadowgraph, DuPont Registry, Blackbird Literary Journal, Drunken Boat, Every Day a Century, Colorado Review, and monthly in SVPN Magazine where she served as Editor from 2014-2017. She has recently completed two editing/writing book projects: Amaze by SeaLegacy’s Cristina Mittermeier and Born to Ice by National Geographic photographer, Paul Nicklen, both forthcoming this summer with teNeues Publishing. 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 as well as a storyteller for Explorer Consulting.
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. Current projects include: work on a novel set in China, a book in progress titled, Women at the End of the Land, a collaborative project with documentary photographer and explorer, Alegra Ally and Wild Born Project, writing consultation with the Wildlife Conservation Network, and a series-in progress about the human-elephant conflict in Northern India. Originally from Ocean City, New Jersey, Kim lives in Sun Valley, Idaho with her family.
To inquire about writing and editing projects, writing coaching or consulting, please contact Kim at: email@example.com