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Kelli (María) Korducki has published essays and journalism about communities, identities, and culture in NPR, Canadian Art, Broadly, Real Life, Good, The Rumpus, The Fader, The Outline, Hazlitt, The Walrus, The New Inquiry, The Globe and Mail, the National Post, Rookie, and others. 

She was nominated for a 2015 National Magazine Award (Canada) for "Tiny Triumphs," a 30-page essay about hot dogs (and class and nostalgia, but mainly hot dogs) published by Little Brother Magazine.

Her debut nonfiction book HARD TO DO: THE SURPRISING, FEMINIST HISTORY OF BREAKING UP is forthcoming in May 2018 through Coach House Books. More on that here.  

Kelli lives in Brooklyn, where she alternately does and doesn't use her middle name. (Her mother would appreciate it, however, if you did.)