Kristina Kay Robinson

Kristina Kay Robinson is a writer and visual artist born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her written and visual work centers the intellectual geographies and spiritual technologies of Black, Afro-Indigenous, and diasporic peoples. It interrogates  the modern and ancient connections between world communities and examines the impact of globalization, militarism, and surveillance on society. In particular focus: the human and political consequences of Hurricane Katrina and their place in the analysis of current world affairs. She is the coeditor of Mixed Company, a collection of short fiction and visual narratives by women of color. Her writing in various genres has appeared in the Xavier Review, Guernica, The Baffler, The Nation,and among other outlets.She is a 2019 recipient of the Rabkin Prize for Visual Arts Journalism and is the New Orleans Editor at Large for Burnaway magazine.

2018 Events
Lonely Voices: Storytelling, Character, and Place
2024 Events
Writing the Body: The Intersection of Identity and Corporeality