March 30, 2017 / Praxis
Katherine James contemplates the fleetingness of beauty as she faces cancer and aging.
Katherine James has an MFA from Columbia University where she taught fiction and received the Felipe P. De Alba merit fellowship. She has work published in the anthology In the Arms of Words (2005), St. Katherine Review, and other journals. Excerpts from her novel, Can You See Anything Now, which was a semifinalist for the Doris Bakwin Prize, are in the anthology Between Midnight and Dawn, and one of her short stories was a finalist for a Narrative Spring Prize. A novel, as well as a memoir account of opiate addictions and overdoses in her community, is forthcoming from Paraclete Press.