New York-based writer, filmmaker and photographer Kim Wood grew up in Hollywood and has lived in San Francisco and Berlin.

Her films have screened internationally in festivals and museums, including the Sundance Film Festival and Guggenheim Museum where she double-billed with an episode of CHiPs.

She has been published in Out Magazine, McSweeney's, Ping Pong Literary Journal, Tin House's Open Bar, and on National Public Radio.

Wood received grants from the Film Arts Foundation and the Jerome Foundation and is a MacDowell Colony Fellow.

She is currently writing a literary non-fiction manuscript based on and incorporating the archive of Kansas farm girl turned world-famous motorcycle daredevil Lillian LaFrance.

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