Kristen Felicetti


Kristen Felicetti is a writer and the founding editor-in-chief of The Bushwick Review. She is the Support Manager at Substack.

Her debut novel LOG OFF is forthcoming from Shabby Doll House.

She lives primarily in Rochester, NY and travels often.


Email: kfelicetti@gmail.com
Instagram
Substack
Twitter








LOG OFF


PRE-ORDER
OUT JUNE 4, 2024



“If one is very fortunate, a few books will fundamentally change their life. Such is the case for me and Log Off, an indelibly wise coming-of-age story crackling with humor and nostalgia. Felicetti will heal you, delight you, and make you want to hug your younger self; Log Off is an instant classic, a heartbreaker and a balm, and we’re all the luckier for it.”
—T Kira Māhealani Madden, author of Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls


"Log Off is a time machine, brilliantly evoking the Y2K era in all its LiveJournal glory. Kristen Felicetti's prose feels as real and intimate as making a friend on the Internet for the very first time and finding the key to her diary—I loved it."
—Chelsea Hodson, author of Tonight I'm Someone Else


“Log Off is a brilliant and inventive debut with an unforgettable voice. Kristen Felicetti’s writing is so off-handedly wise and instructive, I couldn’t help but think of Log Off as a survival manual and by the end of my reading all other survival manuals were now obsolete.”
—Bud Smith, author of Teenager





PUBLICATIONS


FICTION
* “Your Important American Historical Figure” Vol. 1 Brooklyn
* “Three Clocks” Hobart
* “Faith” Shabby Doll House
* “2 Bros Pizza Plus” Everyday Genius
* “For Steve” Hobart
* “Life in Reverse” Fail Better

INTERVIEWS
* Ashleigh Bryant Phillips The Creative Independent 
* Bud Smith The Creative Independent
* Delia Cai The Creative Independent
* Enuma Okoro The Creative Independent
* Esmé Weijun Wang The Creative Independent
* George Wylesol The Creative Independent
* Juliet Escoria The Creative Independent
* Lucy K Shaw Weird Sister
* QUALIATIK The Creative Independent 
* Rachelle Toarmino The Adroit Journal 
* Ray Stoeve The Rumpus 
* Richard Chiem Vol. 1 Brooklyn 
* Sarah Gerard Electric Literature 
* Yanyi The Creative Independent

NON-FICTION
* “I've Been Thinking About Families Lately" We Are the Baby-Sitters Club
* “The X-Files Forever” The Rumpus
* “These Major Tech Companies Are Making Autism Hiring a Priority“ Fortune