Danielle Harms

Danielle Harms works from Wisconsin's Northwoods and has called Washington, D.C., Hungary, and South Korea home. Her writing has appeared in New South, Cleaver Magazine, Straylight Magazine, and The New York Times. She taught as an Assistant Term Professor of English at George Mason University, where she earned her MFA in Creative Writing and served as the editor-in-chief of Phoebe: A Journal of Literature and Art. She is at work on a long-term project investigating those who survived sexual slavery in Japanese "comfort stations," the years of silence that followed, and the ongoing justice and reconciliation movement for so-called "comfort women" that continues today.