Kit Cura (they/them) is a 23-year-old graduate student and aspiring fiction writer from Houston, Texas (but originally from Argentina). A recent graduate from Trinity University in San Antonio, where they majored in English and minored in Creative Writing, they place underrepresented voices and identities at the forefront of their own work, and they enjoy queering the realms of speculative fiction and fantasy. In the future, Kit hopes to provide a space for marginalized youths of all backgrounds to find their voices and write their truths. Other than writing, their interests include nature documentaries, cooking shows, photography, and folklore.
Content by Kit Cura
On Love, Identity, and Family: A Micro-Interview with Chloe Vassot
BY Kit Cura
“I feel very lucky to be a new writer in a time where there are so many great examples of queer writing. I don’t think it really affects what I do or don’t want to write about. What drives me is confusion and the want to understand. Luckily I’m confused by lots of things, so there’s lots of material!”
2020 Clark Prize Finalist Spotlight: Kali Fajardo-Anstine
BY Kit Cura
Originally from Denver, Colorado, Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s upbringing in the fabled American West has proven to be the perfect canvas for her writing, and this is especially evident in her acclaimed short story collection, Sabrina & Corina, named a finalist for the L.D. and LaVerne Harrell Clark Fiction Prize.