A writer and filmmaker and a dual U.S. and Canadian citizen, Kim's short films have been in international distribution and played at film festivals in the US and Canada. Her commercial film, video and interactive work has won nearly 20 awards, including a Clio, a Telly and a New York International Film Festival award.
Kim's fiction, poetry and drama have appeared in journals such as The Adirondack Review, Bartleby Snopes, Prick of the Spindle, and more. Recently, her poetry micro-film, Dialectical Love, was selected for film festivals on three continents, and her flash fiction story, Thursday Girls, was included in the Canadian flash fiction anthology, This Will Only Take a Minute, from Guernica Editions. Her debut novel, King of Hope, was included on the 2022 CBC Fall Fiction Preview List and reviewed in The Miramichi Reader, Open Book, Resilience.org and more. Currently, she's working on RomCom and cli-fi books and documentary projects. Find out more at kimconklin.ca
King of Hope Drama In King of Hope, one man who might be crazy fights for justice in a crazier world, because he has to.
The Motherhood Project Comedy ⋄ Romance In this smart and funny gender-bending romantic comedy, three young women take control of their sex lives, fertility, and destiny by posing as lesbians to convince a young man to enter into a no-strings-attached arrangement to make babies, but during The Motherhood Project, everyone involved learns that in love—and life—there’s no such thing as “no strings.” The theatrical version was produced on stage and published in a literary journal: bit.ly/UGHiLM
Irish Nell Drama ⋄ Historical Based on a true story, young Nell emigrates from Ireland to America in search of freedom, but instead becomes a slave and must fight to win liberty for herself and her family.