Portrait - Kelli Jo Ford

Kelli
Jo Ford

Kelli Jo Ford, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including the Paris Review’s Plimpton Prize, the Everett Southwest Literary Award, and a National Artist Fellowship by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. Her fiction has appeared in the Paris Review and the Virginia Quarterly Review among other places. Crooked Hallelujah is her debut novel.

Kelli Jo Ford, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including the Paris Review’s Plimpton Prize, the Everett Southwest Literary Award, and a National Artist Fellowship by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. Her fiction has appeared in the Paris Review and the Virginia Quarterly Review among other places. Crooked Hallelujah is her debut novel.

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