Ali Kelley grew up a nervous child in Connecticut, spent her twenties in Chicago, and is now a thirty-something braving Brooklyn. She writes essays and satire about office life, trash pop culture, and the absurdity of being a woman.

 


 

Humor

The Hairpin

McSweeney's

The Cooper Review

points in case

The Belladonna

Slackjaw

Lady Pieces

Robot Butt

The Reject Pile

Essays

The washington post

The billfold

Hellogiggles

neutrons/protons

Story Club magazine

You're Being ridiculous

Chicago literati

Pop Culture

Apartment therapy

HelloGiggles

 

Reviews

Chicagoist

 

 

Hi!

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