January 3, 2019KR Podcast

KR Podcast with Katharine Weber

Elizabeth Dark, KR’s Associate Director of Programs, talks with Katharine Weber about her latest novel, Still Life with Monkey, and about writing fiction that poses moral questions involving loyalty and secrets.

Katharine Weber is a widely published novelist and autobiographer. Before her appointment to the Richard L. Thomas Visiting Chair position at Kenyon College, she was an adjunct associate professor of creative writing at Columbia University’s School of the Arts, Kratz Writer in Residence at Goucher College, a lecturer in fiction writing at Yale, and a visiting lecturer in fiction writing at Connecticut College. Katharine is an editor at large for Kenyon Review and is on the Editorial Advisory Board of American Imago. She has served on the board of the National Book Critics Circle and is an associate fellow of Hopper College at Yale University. Her latest book is Still Life With Monkey (Paul Dry Books, 2018).

Elizabeth Dark is the Associate Director of Programs at the Kenyon Review. Her essays have been published in journals like Ruminate, Curator, Blue Bear Review, and Riverteeth online. Before arriving at the Kenyon Review, she enjoyed teaching college writing courses and working at Paragraphs Bookstore.

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