Individual residencies / Olot


From Monday, 3 June 2024 to Monday, 10 June 2024

Los Angeles (California, USA)


Lori Kozlowski is a Los Angeles-based writer, working in literature, journalism, animation, and digital media. Her work has been published by numerous national and international publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Variety, and Shondaland. Her fiction has been published by Akashic Books, University of Nevada Press, and by various literary journals.

She has been the recipient of several international artist residencies, including Palazzo Stabile (Italy), Hedlandet Residens (Sweden), Gullkistan (Iceland), Tyrone Guthrie (Ireland), and others. She was a climate change storytelling fellow in 2021 with, and has led storytelling at international organizations such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare — reshaping the way we approach climate and biodiversity worldwide, as we change the way we look at how humans and other animals interact and are critical to each other’s survival.


At Faberllull, she will be working on Iceberg Parties, a collection of short stories about how the climate change crisis has and will affect teenagers, fishermen, local economies, and animals large and small.

The title short story Iceberg Parties focuses on teenagers in Iceland trying to figure how to save the icy land they love while also wondering if they should leave the melting island for somewhere else. They struggle to figure out what they can do, who they are, who they love, and where to go next. Lori Kozlowski is also working on a short story within the same collection called "Whales" that focuses on orcas.

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