Kelly Davio is the Poetry Editor of Tahoma Literary Review and the author of the poetry collections Burn This House (2013) and The Book of the Unreal Woman (forthcoming, 2018). While living in England, she was an editor with Eyewear Publishing. Previously, she spent many years teaching English as a Second Language to secondary students in Seattle. Today she lives and writes in New Jersey.
With equal parts wit and empathy, lived experience and cultural criticism, Kelly Davio’s It’s Just Nerves: Notes on a Disability explores what it means to live with an illness in our contemporary culture, whether at home or abroad.