Katherine is the author of seven books, and has had more than one-hundred stories, poems, articles and essays published in journals, anthologies, print and online publications.
The day Brigitta accidentally flings herself into the lap of a guy she’s never met, her friend Natalie is convinced he’s Trent Yves, egotistical heartthrob-in-hiding. When the boy, who calls himself Luke, is nearly eaten by a cougar, Brigitta finds herself saving his life, being swept into his spectacular embrace and wondering if she wants Natalie’s fantasy to be true.
17-year-old Luke Geoffrey is hiding out—or at least, that’s the plan. A tiny rural town seems the perfect escape from all the people who want little pieces of him. But when Luke is rescued from a mountain lion by a girl with green eyes, his heart turns upside down. Now his two worlds are crashing together. Should he tell Brigitta his secrets? Or will knowing them only drive her away?
9-year-old Marcus integrates into a white school at the height of the civil rights movement. While Marcus’s father is in jail with Dr. Martin Luther King for his nonviolent protest activities, Marcus endures the jeers of classmates day after day.
This “novella in verse” examines the precarious dance between daughter and father through the minefield of mental illness.
Chrysanthemum 2020 Literary Anthology
Koon Woon, Ed
Here, There, and Everywhere
Michael Dylan Welch, Ed.
Peculiar Pilgrims: Stories from the Left Hand of God
Linda K. Wendling, Ed
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