Kelly Barth was a fiction fellow in the University of Montana’s creative writing program and her work has been published in anthologies and literary journals, most recently Coal City Review and Muse & Stone. My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus, a heartbreakingly honest and hilarious debut memoir about a gay Christian woman navigating her sexuality against the backdrop of her fundamentalist faith, is her first book. Library Journal calls it "a lovely volume . . . both revelatory and amusing."