Kate Blackwell

Born in Winston-Salem, NC, Kate Blackwell worked as a journalist, free-lance writer, and editor before turning full-time to fiction. Her story collection, You Won’t Remember This, was published in 2007 by Southern Methodist University Press. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals and several anthologies. In addition to fiction, she writes books reviews and has published travel articles. She is the recipient of fellowships at the MacDowell Colony and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. Kate lives in Washington, DC.


4 entries by Kate Blackwell

Book Review

Glimpses of familiar themes are caught, but the author's latest short-story collection lacks the power of his fearless and well-crafted novels.

Book Review

Life After Life

Jill McCorkle

In the author’s latest novel, lives connect poignantly as death looms near in a North Carolina retirement community.

Book Review

Ron Hansen

This collection of 19 Ron Hansen stories is an interesting smorgasbord of narrative forms.

Book Review

Eric D. Goodman

A series of linked vignettes probes the small individual dramas of characters on a train.