I have just finished what must be the fiftieth revision on the complete manuscript of my new book, What Hannah Would Say, and sent it off to an agent who had expressed interest in seeing it. Although, as my colleague-writer Sharon Vanderlip wrote on these pages last week, there never seems to be enough time for the writing itself, there is always more than enough time for the waiting part of the writing game.
An award-winning scholar, with several books in feminist theory and politics, Kathy is the author of Living Between Danger and Love, and has published essays and short fiction in Briar Cliff Review, Fiction International, Mr. Beller's Neighborhood. Her new book, What Hannah Would Say, is waiting in the wings. Read more about Kathy's work on her web site and about her work on the philosopher Hannah Arendt on this web site.