Denise Kodi is an award-winning writer who tackles tough subjects with humor and sensitivity. Raised in a strict evangelical home, she is drawn to outliers and misfits. Themes in her work include: family, social norms & so-called deviants, class struggle, women, finding meaning in the midst of suffering and the amazing potential of the human spirit.

She’s worked as a judge in book and essay competitions, served with AmeriCorps in an inner-city literacy program, visited hospital patients as a volunteer and supported suicide awareness & prevention movements.

Stuff to check out while you’re here:

Published Works

The (sort of) famous clay people video

Coming soon: audio release of Blessed: the True Story of a Girl & Her Demon – first 2 chapters

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