Meet the Editors: Kasia Wolny

Kasia Wolny

It’s time to introduce another new editor, an editor who has been making a presence through Open Mic Nights at Lockport’s Port Noir with Zach Klozik. She has already made a presence on the JFR blog with her “The Canon—Close Encounters “, which have essays observing canonical literature. This week we are introducing Kasia Wolny, Asst. Art & Design; Asst. Fiction Editor; Copy Editor. Please take a look at her blog here: The Canon—Close Encounters

Kasia is a senior at Lewis University, where she enjoys her studies in English literature and creative writing. In addition, she works at the Writing Center where she is a Fellow in the ELL program. Kasia loves to read literature from around the world and across genres; some of her favorites are Ernest Hemingway, Toni Morrison, Khaled Hosseini, Wojciech Kuczok, Jhumpa Lahiri, and Diana Gabaldon. In her writing, she likes to focus on short story and essay composition, and on Polish-English translation of poetry. Kasia is a mom of two teenagers who, being bilingual, regularly poke fun at her for mispronouncing English words. In her free time, she likes to hike, cook, tend to her garden, visit art museums, and drink tea with friends.

Below is our Q&A with Kasia Wolny:

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