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.

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LOG OFF


OUT NOW - JUNE 4, 2024


In the early 2000s, from a dial-up connection in a Western New York suburb, sixteen-year-old Ellora Gao logs on to the Internet to start a secret LiveJournal. Abandoned as a child by her troubled mother and left with her former stepfather Brian, an emotionally distant alcoholic, Ellora hopes to find the close relationships online that are missing from her real life.

But her online diary isn't entirely serious, it's also where she can gossip and rant about music, books, and everyone at her high school, including two intriguing new friends, Alice, a reformed bad girl, and Tiff, a cocky musical prodigy. As the school year unfolds, Ellora shares every challenge she faces with her growing LiveJournal readership: memories of her estranged mother, frustration with Brian's lack of parenting, concern for Alice's health, romantic feelings for Tiff, and her place in a post-Y2K world on the cusp of major change.

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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