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Kelli María Korducki is a writer, reporter and editor who sometimes uses her middle name and sometimes doesn't. Her journalism and essays have appeared in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, NPR, The New Inquiry, Real Life Magazine, Little Brother Magazine, Rookie, The Hairpin, The Fader, Broadly and more. She was a founding contributor of Penguin Random House Canada's Hazlitt and Toronto blog The Ethnic Aisle. 

 

Kelli was named one of five young Canadian journalists "most likely to succeed" by the Ryerson Review of Journalism in 2012. In 2015 she was nominated for a  National Magazine Award (Canada) for her essay "Tiny Triumphs," a 10,000 word sociocultural homage to hot dogs published in Little Brother Magazine. Her debut nonfiction book, HARD TO DO, is forthcoming from Coach House Books in early 2018.