Cover Photo: photo courtesy of the author
photo courtesy of the author

My Workspace: Kathleen Alcott

“I can see the modest garden I’ve planted, as well as the veritable highway of squirrel traffic.”


There are still a couple of seats left in Kathleen Alcott's fiction workshop, Choices and Concision in Short Fiction. Apply now.

Born in 1988 in northern California, Kathleen Alcott is the author of the novels Infinite Home and The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets. Her short fiction, criticism, memoir, and food writing have appeared in outlets including The New York Times, The Guardian,, The Los Angeles Review of Books, ZYZZYVA, and The Coffin Factory. Her short story “Saturation” was listed as notable by The Best American Short Fiction 2014, and her most recent novel was a Kirkus Prize nominee. She lives in New York City, where she has taught at Columbia University, The Center for Fiction and Catapult.