Kim's work has been included in the stage performances 50IN50: Love In the Time of Corona, 50IN50: Letters to Our Daughters, which was performed at the Kumble Theater in Brooklyn and the WACO Theater Center in Los Angles. In 2018 her work was also in 50IN50: What Place Do We Have in This Movement? Which was performed at the Billie Holiday Theater Her work was preformed in Emotive Fruition's Came Back With A Clap Back and the accompaning anthology.
She has been published in The Dream Catcher’s Song an anthology of five emerging Brooklyn women writers 2009, Mom Egg Review 2020, Boundaries and Borders an anthology of Women of Color Writers (scheduled for publication spring 2021), the Hawaii Review 2016, the Peregrine Journal 2016, 2018 and 2019 and others.
Baltimore City Blues is her first novel which is being considered for publication.
Baltimore City Blues is the tough story of a Blues legend Little Sister Johnson. Sister grows up alone on the famed Pennsylvania Avenue with a host of odd balls, musicians, celebrities, gangsters and even a few saints. Before her grandmother died she left the orphaned girl a pearl handled straight razor. It was like an insurance policy of sorts for things that might come. Sisters only dream was to grow up and sing like Lady Day. And just like Billie Holiday, the fast life, men and the pain of regret that had her belting out low down salty Blues.
Young Sister finds herself a desired object to collect for hustlers and the like. As her heart hardens, unfortunately for them, she proves to be more the hunter than captive prey.
Baltimore City Blues is historical fiction. It is geared for adults who would enjoy a historic walk into 1940-1960’s Black Baltimore. It is comparable to the play Lackawanna Blues, and the memoir Lady Sings the Blues and the movie Cadillac Records.
THE DREAM CATCHER'S SONG: AN ANTHOLOGY
Brandon, Hyatt, Taylor, Wilson, and Belfiglio weave a web that captivates readers. These five Brooklyn writers bring you on an internal and external journey as they take turns sharing their words. One page you are in 1940’s Baltimore, live jazz sounding in your ears, the next you are climbing Mt. Etna, ash staining your fingers. One moment you are witnessing the vulnerable place of healing from abuse, another you are in a world where foxes speak. Another page shouts the praise of sisterhood. With each turn of the page, you will uncover fresh perspectives that promise to keep you engaged.