Kaley Kennedy lives in Dartmouth, with her partner and their two weirdo cats, Frank and Edith. She has published several zines on queer identity, feminism, kinship and work as half of go it alone (together) (https://goitalonetogether.wordpress.com/), a zine duo that is currently on hiatus. Kaley volunteers with Books Beyond Bars (booksbeyondbars.ca), a collective in Halifax that coordinates a lending library and other literacy-related programs for women in prison. Kaley currently working on her MA in Gender and Women’s Studies at Mount Saint Vincent University.
After Kaley Kennedy's miscarriage, she decides to swim 100 times in 2017. In the water and out, she reflects on queer family-making, increasing the terrain of kinship, and using your body to show up, even when it's hard.