Kacey Fang has written poetry for four years now, winning national recognition in middle school through VOYA, the official magazine of the public library system in the United States. Her poems have since found publication nationwide in such literary journals as The Storyteller in Arkansas, The Mad Hatter in Kentucky, and WestWard Quarterly in Illinois.
Scholastic Art and Writing Awards has awarded Kacey two Gold Keys for her poetry. Among other recognitions, she has been honored by two California poetry organizations: Poetry Club of Lincoln in conjunction with the Lincoln Public Library and Friends of the Library in Northern California; and California Federation of Chaparral Poets, Inc., the oldest and largest poetry organization in the state.
Inspiration for Kacey’s poems comes from nature, from philosophy and psychology, and from observations of people and places. When she’s not writing or reading, she’s working on journalism, her next favorite type of writing; drawing, her favorite art form other than writing; and running, a common source of insight as well as a stress-reliever in her busy life.