Manager of Education & Equity
Kay Iguh is a fiction writer and educator whose work centers racial identity and justice. A graduate of the Creative Writing Program at New York University, she has received fellowships from New York State Summer Writers Institute, The Center for Fiction, Vermont Studio Center, and Jack Jones Literary Arts. Her short story “House Girl” won the 2016 Disquiet Literary Prize. Her stories have appeared in Guernica and The LA Review of Books. A native Nigerian, she grew up in Houston and lives in Brooklyn. Photo courtesy Roque Nonini.