Brittany Klein

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Brittany Klein (born 1960) is a U.S. poet and conservative author. She was born in New York City and graduated from the State University of New York at Binghampton with a B.A. in Rhetoric and Writing. She obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the University of Virginia and has held a Graduate Fellowship in Creative Writing at the University of Houston.


  • Finalist, Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction, 2012.
  • Pushcart Prize nominee, Fiction, 1990–1991.
  • Winner, Imprint Fellowship for Writing, 1990.


Klein is a contributor to and co-editor of the book Jephthah's Children: The Innocent Casualties of Same-Sex Parenting.[1]

Other publications include:

  • "Ruthless Misogyny: Janna Darnelle’s Story and Extreme LGBT Activism," Public Discourse, Oct 2, 2014.
  • "This Daughter Has Had Enough," American Thinker, Oct. 20, 2014.
  • "LBGT Demands for Other Peoples Children Are Misogynistic," The Federalist, Feb 3, 2015.
  • "Be Strong, Be Brave," (short story) Boulevard, Fall 2013
  • "Sending You Into the World, I Should Say Something," (poem) The Nervous Breakdown, Winter 2013
  • "Far Rockaway," "Soon, We Will Give In," "In A City Of Red Ideas," (poems) Blackbird Review, Spring 2013. [2]
  • "Ruchama In Her Worn Nightgown," (poem) Drunken Boat, January, 2013. [3]
  • "Hepatitis," (poem) The Blue Fifth Review, special poetry issue, Fall 2012.
  • "The Lost Girl" (short story) Unpious, Voices on the Hasidic Fringe, online journal, March 2012.
  • "Shulamit Firestone" (essay) Unpious, Voices on Hasidic Fringe, May 2012.
  • "The Good Chasidic Wife," (short story) Unpious, Voices on Hasidic Fringe, April 2012.
  • "Dear Reader," "A Letter From The Committee For The Advancement of Loss," (poems) Samizdat Literary Journal, Spring issue 2012.
  • "The Last Lion," (short story) The Montreal Review, November/December issue 2011.
  • "How The Journey Begins," (poem) Blast Furnace, Vol. 2 No 1 Summer/Fall 2011.
  • "Still Life, With Girl" (short story) Fictionaut, June 2011
  • "The Time I Saw My Father," (short story) Gulf Coast,' Vol. 6, No 1 Winter (1993): 106-17.
  • "The Lost Train," (short story) The Gettysburg Review, Vol. IX, No 3 Fall (1990).
  • "All That Shines," (short story) Western Humanities Review, Vol. XLIII, No. 1 Summer (1989) 32-39.
  • "Night," (poem) The Cream City Review, Vol. XV, No.1 Spring (1991): 74.
  • "A Story," (poem) Timbuktu, Vol. 1., No. 1 Winter/Spring (1988): 22.
  • "Tulips," (poem) Quarterly West, Vol. 1, No. 24 Winter (1987): 98.
  • "Three Battles & One Flight," "The Squirrel," "A Little Like Death," (poems) Memphis State Review, Vol. 8, No 2 Spring (1988): 81-83.
  • "Dark Glass," "Know What to Expect," (poems) Gulf Coast, Vol. 3, No 1 Winter (1989): 24-25.
  • "The Wild Flowers of Belgrade," (poem) Seneca Review, Vol. XIX, No. 1 Spring (1989); 32.

Klein has been interviewed for this literary magazine:

  • The Forward: Interview about writing from the margin, 2012 [1]


  1. Robert Oscar Lopez and Brittany Klein, eds., Jephthah's children: The Innocent Casualties of Same-Sex Parenting, Amazon, 2016.