Chelsea Dodds is a writer and teacher from Connecticut. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Southern Connecticut State University, and is currently working on a novel. When not writing or teaching, Chelsea can usually be found hiking or working on her goal of traveling to all 50 states and 62 national parks. You can follow her on Twitter @chelseawrites_
- “Searching for Solitude in Wyoming: A Trip to Jackson Hole During the COVID-19 Pandemic” in Pink Pangea, July 2020
- “#Adulting” and “Mechanical Attraction” in Noctua Review, Issue XII, 2019.
- “Texhoma” in Avalon Literary Review, Winter 2016
- “Punk Rock Ballet” in Clerestory, September 2017
- “How the ‘Rokkes Blake’ in The Franklin’s Tale Create Sexual Tension and Depict Two Kinds of Lovers in Medieval Literature.” Text in Context, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2015
- “Bromances, Greeks, and Moustache Madness: Following Sexual Maturity and Acceptance in E. M. Forster’s Maurice.” Text in Context, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014