Kari A. Flickinger spent her childhood wandering aimlessly through the mountains of Northern California. She was a 2019 nominee for Best of the Net and the Rhysling Award, and a finalist in the Iron Horse Literary Review’s 2018 Photo Finish. She is an alumna of UC Berkeley. When she is not writing, she can be found playing her glorious Gibson Hummingbird, and singing to her unreasonably large Highlander cat, Bear. She obsessively over-analyzes the details of neighboring trees.
Find her: @kariflickinger
Her poetry and short stories have been published in, or are forthcoming from:
Rhythm & Bones Lit, Menacing Hedge, Dark Matter, Moonchild Magazine, Neon Mariposa, Mojave Heart Review, Ghost City Review, The Ekphrastic Review, Riddled with Arrows, Corvid Queen, The Wild Word Magazine, Burning House Press, Lammergeier Magazine, Chanterelle’s Notebook, Door-Is-A-Jar, Nightingale and Sparrow, Twist in Time, Theta Wave, Cauldron Anthology, Nine Muses, Black Bough, Feminine Collective, Ariel Poets, Fevers of the Mind Poetry: Avalanches in Poetry, Dusk and Shiver Magazine, Iron Horse Literary Review, Solidarity Blog, Peculiars Magazine, Isacoustic, Eunoia Review, Quiet Storm, Written Here: The Community of Writers Poetry Review, Panoply, Whatever Keeps the Lights On Magazine, Taco Bell Quarterly, MilkJournal, Susurrus, Falcon Scratch, The Daily Californian, and The DVC Inquirer.