Category: Kathe Koja

Kathe Koja’s Velocities (with Guest Post & Giveaway!)

Today, I’m honored to welcome back to the blog the brilliant Kathe Koja, author of some of my favorite works, including Under the Poppy and Christopher Wild. If you’re not yet familiar with the author, Koja is one of our greatest and most daring… Continue Reading “Kathe Koja’s Velocities (with Guest Post & Giveaway!)”

Christopher Wild by Kathe Koja

Anna Quindlen once wrote, “[books] are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” It is hard for me to find a better example of this adage than the works of Kathe Koja. The act of reading her stories is not just an experience,… Continue Reading “Christopher Wild by Kathe Koja”

A Visit from the Incomparable Kathe Koja

Today, I’m very excited to welcome back a brilliant writer and wonderful person, Kathe Koja! Kathe’s here to share a bit about Christopher Marlowe and her new book, Christopher Wild (Roadswell 2017). Oh my GOSH, I cannot wait to read it!  MARLOWE’S HERE! LET’S… Continue Reading “A Visit from the Incomparable Kathe Koja”

Acting Like Yourself #TheLiteraryOthers

Today, I am honored to welcome back to the blog, Kathe Koja! Kathe is one of my favorite writers (who happens to have written one of my favorite books). If this is your first introduction to her, you’re in for a treat! Please enjoy… Continue Reading “Acting Like Yourself #TheLiteraryOthers”

Guest Post: Kathe Koja, Author of Under the Poppy! (#OthersLitLGBT)

Ladies & Gents: I am pleased to introduce to you the incredibly interesting, devastatingly talented, wholly terrific author of my favorite read of 2011, Kathe Koja! Kathe is here today to celebrate The Literary Others and to talk a bit about her book, Under the Poppy; more… Continue Reading “Guest Post: Kathe Koja, Author of Under the Poppy! (#OthersLitLGBT)”

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