…or perhaps I should say Hi there, all y’all, but I don’t really own that drawl anymore. Let’s just say I’ve moved around a bit. That’s me in the pigtails and ruffled dress. And, yes, that is a note pinned to my chest. I’m sure I was in a new town (Again!) for that first day of school.
My name is K.M. (Kelly) O’Sullivan. I am a writer and modern day (and hopelessly flawed) feminist. I write essays and periodically blog about parenting, politics, feminism, body image, equality, and the occasional non sequitur. I am notoriously incapable of using commas correctly but, ironically, will fight to the death for my right to use the Oxford comma. I am working on a novel based on my slightly quirky 1970s childhood as the daughter of Jewish converts living in the Deep South and Israel. I am also developing another project based on my How I Learned to Wear a Dress essays–where feminism meets real life (and heels are totally optional).
To find out what I‘m currently doing, thinking, reading, writing, or ranting about, please visit my BLOG page.
To learn more about who I am, please visit the prosaically named ABOUT ME page.
I hope you enjoy what you read here. Please contact me if you have any questions or simply wish to send me a box of candy. Chocolates with nuts are preferred.