Ki Russell

Ki Russell teaches writing, literature, and creative writing at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Oregon. She is the author of Antler Woman Responds (Paladin Contemporaries), The Wolf at the Door (Ars Omnia), and How to Become Baba Yaga (Medulla). She serves as poetry co-editor for Phantom Drift, a Journal of New Fabulism and as a peer reviewer for Whale Road Review. Ki researches fairy tales then butchers them for her own purposes. She steals time from grading to wrestle with words, converse with cats, dance with the dog, and paint.

Drowning in Pearls

How to Become Baba Yaga

Selkie Mother Dresses Her Daughter