- Graduate Research Assistant
Brendan Williams-Childs received a BA in Communication Media and Foreign Language from American University (Washington, D.C.) and is currently pursuing an MFA in Fiction and a Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies at the University of Kansas. His creative and research interests include speculative fiction, zines, public memory, and archives. He works as a Collections Assistant with the Project on the History of Black Writing and as a Student Conservation Assistant at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library. His fiction can be found in numerous magazines including Nat. Brut, Catapult, and the Colorado Review. A complete publication list is available on his website.