Kathryn Winograd’s “Phantom Canyon” named finalist for Foreword Reviews’ 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Conundrum Press is excited and honored to announce Kathryn Winograd’s book “Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation” has been recognized as a finalist in the 17th annual Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards. A complete list of the finalists can be found here. Each year, Foreword Reviews […]
Lyric essayist Kathryn Winograd‘s essay, “The Lyric Impulse: Blizzards, Bricks, and the ‘Glaciology’ of Purpura” is being featured over at Essay Daily. Check it out. Warned of, craved, the blizzard finally barrels across the ice dark street. The known world whittles down to black elm, chiseled hoar frost, and my breath against the slim windowpane, periodic circles of […]
This week on The Humble Essayist… The featured paragraph (and accompanying commentary) is from Kathryn Winograd‘s essay “Birds and Nietzsche” from her collection Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation. Check it out here. *** “Here is my image of you: standing on our precarious rocking chair, me steadying it, and you rolling the naked bird so lightly from your […]
Kathryn Winograd, author of Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation, will be doing a reading with Theresa Crater, author of The Star Family, Friday, October 10th at Book Bar Denver, 4280 Tennyson Street. She and Theresa will also be reading Saturday, November 22nd at Broadway Book Mall, 200 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209.
“Phantom Canyon [by Kathryn Winograd] is a rich read, not an easy one. It can be almost painfully introspective, and is occasionally so abstract as to almost come untethered. Almost. It always lands safely, grounded by earth and life itself. The narrative has a rhythm like a heartbeat, a pulsing meditation on how to live with […]
A letter from Kathryn Winograd, author of Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation: (She only needs 6 more sponsors to start her project! Help her reach her goal!) Hey, Friends! About a month ago, I got contacted by Dan Fletcher at Beacon, a platform for reader-supported journalism. (You can find out about Dan and Beacon here at […]
Discovering Kintsugi: The “Golden Joinery” of Revision a Denver Woman’s Press Club workshop, led by Kathryn Winograd April 26th, 10:00 AM When the favorite Chinese tea bowl of a fifteenth-century shogun broke, his craftsman “fixed” it with a lacquer mixed with gold. The result? A beautiful testament to the vessel’s broken history and its transformation […]
Fiddlings of a Poet in a Month of Poetry by Kathryn Winograd “I must confess that I, too, like it:,” writes Ronald Wallace in his poem, The McPoem, “the poem that’s fired up flat and fast with condiments…/ A poem you can count on always to be/ the same-small, domestic, fun for the whole/ family.” […]
This year, Denver Women’s Press Club’s poetry month event is…drumroll please…a writing workshop led by Kathy Winograd: “Broken Art: Poetry and the Lyric essay.” Join us Saturday, April 5th for the sure-to-be-beautiful event. Followed by brunch at the Denver Women’s Press Club.
“New Books” reading for Auraria Writers’ Week with Kathyrn Winograd. Five local Denver creative authors will read from their recently published works of poetry and prose: David Boop, Theresa Crater, Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum, Kathryn Winograd, and Leslee Rene Wright. This exciting showcase of talented Denver creative writers is a must for those interested in the state of local creative […]