Favorite Places in Alaska:
Yakutat, under the gaze of Mount Saint Elias; anywhere in Chugach State Park.
Kathleen worked as Program Coordinator of UAA's MFA Program in Creative Writing, 2007-2011. She also teaches creative writing. Her essays have explored Alaska-Russia history, the natural world, food, travel, and spirituality. She is a contributor to the anthology, We Are Already One, 1915-2015, Thomas Merton's Message of Hope (Fons Vitae Press, 2015). She has written for: The Sewanee Review; Creative Nonfiction; Cirque: Alaska Airlines Magazine and for the 49 Writers blog. She is a Mullin Scholar at USC's Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies, and a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She lives in Anchorage.
"Creative Nonfiction in the Taffy Pull of Time," essay, Cirque, Vol. 6, No. 1