Rin Kelly’s stories have appeared in The Kenyon Review, The Fabulist, Penumbric, No Contact, Hobart Pulp, The Courtship of Winds and Contemporary Magazine. Another has been accepted by Green Hills Literary Lantern. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She was invited to read at San Francisco LitQuake, Bang! Bang! Gun Amok in Manhattan, Writers with Drinks. Her completed speculative fiction novel, The Bright and Holo Sky, currently is being edited and prepared for publication. She studied writing with Heddie Jones at the New School and was a fellow at the Stabile Center at Columbia School of Journalism. Rin Kelly passed away unexpectedly in 2020. A scholarship in her name has been established at The San Francisco Writers Grotto.