Patricia A. Kelly
Published writer/poet/ video journalist born in Brooklyn, New York.
Ms. Kelly is an honors graduate, Dean’s List,(4.0), of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and attended the University of Ghana in Legon. She achieved her B.A.
As a senior she wrote, and co-directed her first play, “Sketches in Black,” about her travels in Africa. The Richard B. Harrison Players performed on May 21, 1974.
Pat graduated with honors from Columbia University Teachers College in New York, with a Masters in Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education.
She also earned a certificate in School Law at Columbia Law School.
Ms. Kelly has published in ESSENCE, CRAWDADDY, EAGLE & SWAN, UNIQUE NY, and poetry in BROWN UNIVERSITY’S BLACKS ON PAPER as well as publisher of the NOMAD Review.
She is currently on haitus from PURE JAZZ magazine where she wrote about legendary musician Dr. Randy Weston, and Earth, Wind and Fire.