Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick is a queer, Latinx writer based in Los Angeles.

His fiction has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of BooksCosmonauts Avenue, The Exposition Review, and Queen Mob’s Teahouse while his nonfiction has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Review of BooksTaste, and Popsugar. His work was recently shortlisted for PRISM International’s Jacob Zilner Prize for Short Fiction. He received an MFA in Writing from Otis College of Art and Design and was a LARB Publishing Fellow. He has a BFA from Georgetown University in English and Theatre & Performance Studies.

His journalism has appeared in various publications, including regular contributions to PlayboyLos Angeles magazine, PBS Rewire, Popsugar, and Cool Hunting. He was awarded the Excellence in Food Writing award by the NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists for his piece “Queer Food Is Hiding In Plain Sight” in 2019. He founded and edited the Los Angeles art and lifestyle website Los Angeles, I’m Yours, in the early 2010s, which was nominated for L.A. Weekly‘s Best Arts Blog in 2013. He is currently at work on his first novel.

He works in entertainment and loves dogs, pét-nat, and short shorts.

Kyle is represented by Amanda Orozco.