Gabriella Fee is a writer based in Cambridge, MA. Her background is in modernist literature, gender studies, and queer theory and practice. Since graduating from Wellesley College in 2015, Fee has worked as an editor, a coordinator, a grocer, a bartender, and an over-analyzer of the X-Files. She has been published in The Wellesley Review and The Blue Pencil, a journal of the creative writing program at Walnut Hill School for the Arts. She has also been a featured reader at the Boston National Poetry Month Festival. Fee is currently studying at Harvard Divinity School, and can’t decide whether to pursue a PhD in comparative theology or leave her day job to write poetry. Feel free to weigh in one way or another after the reading.