Flint is a queer writer with an abiding interest in hybridity, generative genre tampering and upsetting the applecart of heteronormative discourse about sex/uality. She earned an MFA in Writing from the School of Critical Studies at CalArts, and her work has appeared in CutBank - All Accounts & Mixture, Erotic Review, Arts & Letters (Unclassifiable Contest winner), NAILED Magazine, and Staging Social Justice (Southern Illinois University Press), among other publications and anthologies.
"Last Calls" is a hybrid CNF/poem cycle about the Pulse Nightclub massacre and caring for my stepfather as he approached death. Published November 19, 2020 by CutBank Literary as part of All Accounts & Mixture, their annual online feature celebrating the work of LGBTQIA+ writers and artists: http://www.cutbankonline.org/all-accounts/2020/11/all-accounts-and-mixture-last-calls-by-flint
Awards and Recognition
- My forthcoming memoir, Blood (Jaded Ibis Press, 2022), was long-listed for the 2020 Dzanc Diverse Voices Book Prize and the 2019 Tarpaulin Sky Book Awards, a semi-finalist for the 2019 Penelope Niven Award in Creative Nonfiction (excerpted), and a finalist for the University of New Orleans 2017 Press Lab Award.
- "A Villanelle By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet" (aka the world's first prose villanelle) was selected as the Arts & Letters Unclassifiable Contest winner by Michael Martone, and published in Spring 2019, Issue 38.