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Kim Dana Kupperman
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Kim Dana Kupperman is the author of the novel Six Thousand Miles to Home   (Legacy Edition Books, 2018), the “forensic memoir” The Last of Her   (Jaded Ibis Press, 2016), and the essay collection I Just Lately Started Buying Wings: Missives from the Other Side of Silence (Graywolf Press, 2010). Her essays have appeared in River Teeth, Brevity, Hunger MountainAGNIThe Best American Essays, and elsewhere, and have won the Normal School Prize, the Bakeless Prize in Nonfiction, and the Robert J. DeMott Prose Prize from Quarter after Eight. The founding editor of Welcome Table Press and a former managing editor of The Gettysburg Review, she has taught at Fordham University, Fairfield University, West Virginia Wesleyan, Johns Hopkins, and Montgomery College. In 2023 she succeeded Robert Atwan as series editor of The Best American Essays. (updated 10/2023)

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