Fox Cities Book Festival 2018: October 8th - October 14th

Kathrin Köhler

Fiction

Kathrin Köhler is a writer interested in intersectionality, the interstitial, and ideas interdisciplinary. They are most comfortable writing in places 'between.' Their work tends to explore the internalization of social power structures, what it means to belong and to be accepted, and how people conceive of and interact with nature.

Long Bio:

Kathrin Köhler is a writer of speculative fiction and poetry interested in intersectionality, the interstitial, and ideas interdisciplinary. They are most comfortable writing in places 'between' – between genres, between realities, between the lines.

Kathrin is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. Work of theirs has appeared in Pantheon Magazine, Shimmer, Interfictions, The Book Smugglers, and other fine places. Their work tends to explore the internalization of social power structures and how people conceive of and interact with nature, usually through the lens of outsiders and characters who don't quite "fit".

It wasn’t until Kathrin read Shirley Jackson and M. Rickert that they realized how strange, powerful, and creepily beautiful horror could be. After that, they were hooked.

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