Bio: Karin Falcone Krieger lives and writes on Long Island, New York. Her work has recently been featured in Newsday, Contingent Magazine, BlazeVOX 20, The Literary Review, The Laurel Review, and LITPUB. She is a staff writer at Able News, covering disability rights. (Links are here.)
She holds a BA in Social Sciences from SUNY Stony Brook, where she served as a writer and editor at The Stony Brook Press, the alternative biweekly newspaper, and was a deejay on WUSB 90.7 FM.
She holds an MFA from The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute, now Naropa University, where she studied with Anne Waldman, Allen Ginsberg, Meredith Monk, Lynn Hejinian, Bobbie Louise Hawkins and others.
She is a staff writer at Able News, covering disability rights.
She taught writing, critical thinking and freshman composition as an adjunct instructor at several area colleges for 20 years, and in 2020 took a self-imposed and self-funded sabbatical.
She is owner of Wild Working Gardens, a small business dedicated to mastering, teaching and helping others create and manage the three season almost organic backyard food garden. Her NYKALI Store on eBay sells plants, seeds, and other interesting items.
She is the publisher of various chaps and zines including 1,000,000, an REM inspired zine, artICHOKE, and Eco-Erotica.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at 30
Rush on MTV and other poems in BlazeVOX20
Wild Working Gardens