Kimberly Davis is the director and founder of Madville Publishing. She sometimes teaches English Composition, Creative Writing, and Technical writing, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing, Editing, and Publishing from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, and a BA from Columbia College-Chicago in Arts and Entertainment Media Management. She spent five years on the editorial staff of Texas Review Press.
Kim has been engaged in freelance web design for over 20 years. See her design portfolio at Sublime Design Studio.
Kim’s selected writing credits
- “The Contract Fulfilled.” 50-Word Stories. (March 19, 2020.)
- “Bracketville, Texas, 1964.” Flare: The Flagler Review. (2020).
- “Garden Variety, by John Hoenig.” Review by Kimberly Davis. JASAT, 2018.
- “Hitchcock’s Objects as Subjects: The Significance of Things on Screen, by Marc Raymond Strauss.” Review by Kimberly Davis. JASAT, 2016.
- “Facing the Challenges Inherent in Teaching Online: A Case Study.” Plaza: Dialogues in Language and Literature [Online], 3.2 (2013): 45-61.
- Crewing Aboard a Superyacht – A Guide to Working Afloat. London: Adlard Coles Nautical. 2004.
- “What Makes a ‘Weather Guy’? An Interview” Employment Times. Vol. 5, Issue 20. 19 May 2003.
- “The Archaeologist Dreams of Sleep,” The Sam Houston State Review (2014), and By the Light of a Neon Moon (Madville 2019).
- “Like People in Love,” By the Light of a Neon Moon (Madville 2019).
- “Trust Issues,” quarter finalist, 2021 ScreenCraft Cinematic Short Story Competition Quarterfinalists, January 6, 2021.
- “The Magic Airplane,” Sad Girls Club Literary Blog, January 26, 2021.
- “A Simple Twist of Fate,” Kestrel, Issue 43, Summer 2020.
- “Do You Know the Bunny Hop?” époque press, “Illumination” issue. (2019).
- “Strings of Solace,” JerryJazzMusician.com (2019).
- “The Meek Inherit,” FLAR (2018).
- “Chumming for Sharks,” The Helix Magazine (2017).
- “Sea Legs,” The Sam Houston State Review (2014) and The Helix Magazine (2017).
- “The Messenger,” The Sam Houston State Review (2014) and The Helix Magazine (2017).
- She has two novels and a short story collection in search of publishers, and three novels in progress.