Kate Moses

Kate Moses is an internationally-acclaimed novelist, award-winning journalist, revered teacher, and literary editor. She is the author of “Wintering: A Novel of Sylvia Plath” and “Cakewalk, A Memoir,” as well as the co-editor of two bestselling anthologies on motherhood, “Mothers Who Think” and “Because I Said So.” The works were the offspring of Salon’s pioneering Mothers Who Think, of which she was a founding editor during the internet’s infancy. She has received a Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, and an American Book Award, among other honors. Kate has served on the faculties of San Francisco State, University of San Francisco, State University of New York, Gotham Writers Workshop, the Key West Literary Seminar, Hedgebrook, and Birds & Muses. Now living in New York State, she is a homesick seventh-generation San Franciscan.

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