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Brinson Leigh Kresge is an MFA candidate in fiction and a teaching assistant at UNC Wilmington, where she serves as a reader and fact checker for Ecotone


Her nonfiction recently appeared in the New York Times and is forthcoming in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies. Kresge’s poem “Lake Leavings” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize after its publication in 805 Lit + Art; her writing has also appeared in mixed-media art presentations in the United States and Osaka, Japan.


Through the Kaleidoscope, Kresge’s current project, is a full-length, genre-bending manuscript that reflects the complexity of identity, sexuality, interconnectedness, and impermanence through a dismantling of formalities and a shifting interplay of form. 

Recent Publications:

805 Lit + Art


"Lake Leavings"

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