Dasha Kelly is a nationally-respected writer, artist, and social entrepreneur. Her most recent book is Almost Crimson (Curbside Splendor, 2015), a novel about CeCe, a woman whose life has been spent taking care of her mother at the cost of her own dreams.
“It’s short, but once I hit on it, this little observation seemed to encapsulate everything I’d written before or since: ‘In my writing, I wrestle with questions of gender, power, identity, complicity, and harm. Even so, I still find the world beautiful.'”
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