Perrin C. Smith writes about queerness, identity, and her childhood in the South. Through a wild combination of short stories, memoirs, and essays, they tackle it all. Her writing has appeared in Oxford American, Savannah Magazine, THOM, Port City Review, among others.
She has recently earned a B.F.A. in Writing from the Savannah College of Art and Design. There, she was the Editor-in-Chief at both District, the university newspaper, and Square 95, a journalism magazine they co-founded. In 2021, she was a Jeff Baskin Editorial Intern at Oxford American.
Fun Fact: Perrin enjoys long-distance hiking, and recently completed 200 miles on the Appalachian Trail.