Kelly Puig Carroll
Kelly Puig Carroll Kelly Puig Carroll recently completed an MFA in Fiction at Brown University’s Literary Arts Program while pursuing interdisciplinary coursework in the book arts at Rhode Island School of Design. Her writing has been published in Wag’s Revue and The Columbia Review. Her literary artist books are featured in the Artists’ Books Collection at RISD’s Fleet Library and the Harris Collection of American Poetry and Plays at Brown University’s John Hay Library. Her work can be seen at spelledwithawhy.com.

Letter to Arthur

Thursday, November 8, 2012 Arthur Schopenhauer Frankfurter Hauptfriedhof Eckenheimer Landstrasse 188-190 60320 Frankfurt am Main Hesse, Germany Dearest Father, I am writing to inform you that I have willed myself to life be it nearly 200 years overdue. My existence, you will oblige me, is not a matter of transcendent speculation. The servant and my...

The Transmutation of Fernando Pessoa’s Remains

Standing in the wards of an occult science, in the corridor of paradox, I attempt to isolate you from countless heteronyms and self-same biographies of virgin whim. Even the orthonym Fernando Pessoa will be ushered into the apparatus. In one way or another, what began before the discovery of the trunk is set to end...