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Kathleen Winter

Kathleen Winter is the author of three poetry collections: Transformer (The Word Works), I will not kick my friends (Elixir Press), and Nostalgia for the Criminal Past (Elixir Press). Her chapbook Cat’s Tongue is forthcoming from Texas Review Press in 2022.

Kathleen’s poems and short fiction have appeared in The New Republic, The New Statesman, Poetry London, Yale Review, Agni, Five Points and Colorado Review. She was granted fellowships by the James Merrill House, Cill Rialaig Project, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Dora Maar House and Vermont Studio Center. Her awards include the Poetry Society of America The Writer Magazine/Emily Dickinson Award and the Ralph Johnston Fellowship at University of Texas’s Dobie Paisano Ranch. Winter teaches creative writing at Sonoma State University.

 

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  1. […] Kathleen Winter joined us in early October from California to chat and read some of her poetry. She says that the last year has affected her writing quite a lot – for many months she didn’t write anything at all, which is quite unusual for the poet and university teacher. Her third book, Transformer, came out just as the pandemic began in 2020 causing all book events to be cancelled. To hear work from Transformer and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Kathleen Winter joined us in early October from California to chat and read some of her poetry. She says that the last year has affected her writing quite a lot – for many months she didn’t write anything at all, which is quite unusual for the poet and university teacher. Her third book, Transformer, came out just as the pandemic began in 2020 causing all book events to be cancelled. To hear work from Transformer and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

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