Creative nonfiction writer
Kim Noriega is the author of the poetry collection, Name Me published by Fortunate Daughter Press. Her poems have appeared in textbooks, journals, and anthologies including: American Life in Poetry, Paris-Atlantic, Split Lip, and The Tishman Review. She was the winner of the San Miguel Literary Sala’s Flash Nonfiction Prize and a finalist for the Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize, the Joy Harjo Prize in Poetry, and the James Baker-Hall Memorial Poetry Prize. Kim was selected as one of thirty international poets to participate in the 2018 Visible Poetry Project. She won the Urban Library Council’s Innovator Prize and was one of eight finalists for the Toyota National Family Teacher of the Year Award.