Me lookin all cool and writer like. . . . 

Me lookin all cool and writer like. . . . 

Katherine James has an MFA from Columbia University where she received the Felipe P. De Alba merit fellowship and taught undergraduate fiction. Her debut novel, Can You See Anything Now?, which was a semi-finalist for the Doris Bakwin prize, as well as a memoir, Notes On Orion, will be published by Paraclete Press this fall and spring, respectively. Her essays and poetry are published in various journals and anthologies, including In the Arms of Words, St. Katherine Review, The Other Journal, Between Midnight and Dawn, and Everbloom, and one of her short stories was a finalist for a spring Narrative Prize. Katherine lives in West Chester, Pennsylvania with her writer-philosopher-preacher husband.