Kristen J. Tsetsi's fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and was listed as a Million Writers Award selection of notable fiction. Her short story "They Three at Once Were One" won the 2006 Storyglossia Fiction Prize.
Tsetsi taught expressive writing, playwriting, and screenwriting at Trollwood Performing Arts School in Fargo, ND, and was an adjunct English professor at Austin Peay State University in TN. She currently works as a feature writer for a Connecticut newspaper while working on her third novel. (The second was shelved, as many second novels are.)
She recently served as editor and co-editor of American Fiction: The Best Unpublished Fiction by Emerging Authors vols. 11 and 12, and in 2007, she founded and co-edited the now closed Tuesday Shorts, which published original work by Richard Grayson, Jacquelyn Mitchard, Kris Saknussemm, and a number of other quality writers.
She is the author of the short story collection "Carol's Aquarium" and the novel "Pretty Much True... ," both of which are available on Amazon.
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VideosInside the Writers' Studio: "Shit," Writers Say
This is probably the most popular episode of "Inside the Writers' Studio" (creators: RJ Keller and Kristen Tsetsi), perhaps because so many writers can relate to it.
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