Kimberly Campanello was born in Elkhart, Indiana, and is a dual American and Irish citizen. Her poetry include Consent (Doire Press, 2013), Imagines (New Dublin Press, 2015/ICAD prizewinner), and Strange Country (2015), her full-length collection on the sheela-na-gig stone carvings. Eyewear Publishing released her version of the Hymn to Kālī in May 2016. ZimZalla will publish MOTHERBABYHOME, a book of conceptual and visual poetry next year. In summer 2017, poems from MOTHERBABYHOME will appear in Laudanum Publishing’s second chapbook anthology alongside work by Fran Lock and Abigail Parry. Kimberly’s play Constance and Eva – about the revolutionary sisters Constance Markiewicz and Eva Gore-Booth – will be produced in London at Bread and Roses Theatre in September 2017.
- Consent (Doire Press, 2013) http://www.doirepress.com/writers/k-z/kimberly_campanello/
- Strange Country (Dreadful Press, 2015) http://thepennydreadful.org/index.php/strangecountry/
- Imagines (New Dublin Press, 2015) http://www.newdublinpress.org/books/imagines/
- Hymn to Kālī (Eyewear Publishing, 2016) https://store.eyewearpublishing.com/products/hymn-to-kali
- Chapbook Anthology Volume Two: Kimberly Campanello, Fran Lock and Abigail Parry (laudanum, 2017)
- MOTHERBABYHOME (forthcoming with zimZalla Avant Objects)
- Interview by Colin Dardis, Lagan Press (Ireland), June 2015: http://laganpress.co/blog/2015/interview-kimberly-campanello-sacrumprofanun
- Interview by Christina Schneekloth, Poethead (Ireland), May 2015: https://poethead.wordpress.com/2015/05/07/intv-kimberly-campanello-at-the-prague-micro-festival/
- Interview by Jonathan Creasy. New Dublin Press (Ireland), October 2013: http://journal.newdublinpress.org/interview/
Kimberly Campanello reads her poem “April, Dublin” in the UCD Special Collections Reading Room. Part of the Irish Poetry Reading Archive.