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Kat Meads
Kat Meads is the author of For You, Madam Lenin and other books of prose and poetry, including The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan, Born Southern and Restless, and Little Pockets of Alarm. Along with Cris Mazza, Gina Frangello and Stacy Bierlein, she edited Men Undressed: Women Writers and the Male... show more

Kat Meads is the author of For You, Madam Lenin and other books of prose and poetry, including The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan, Born Southern and Restless, and Little Pockets of Alarm. Along with Cris Mazza, Gina Frangello and Stacy Bierlein, she edited Men Undressed: Women Writers and the Male Sexual Experience. Her short fiction and essays have appeared in Drunken Boat, American Letters & Commentary, Gargoyle, The Missouri Review, Crazyhorse and Chicago Quarterly Review. She has received an NEA and writing residencies at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Yaddo and the Millay Colony for the Arts. Her story "The End of Something (Maybe Love)" received Chelsea magazine's fiction prize, and her essays have received the Dorothy Churchill Cappon Essay Award from New Letters and Notable citations in the Best American Essays series. Her short plays have been produced in New York and Los Angeles.Born in North Carolina, she currently lives in California and teaches in Oklahoma City University's low-residency Red Earth MFA program.www.katmeads.com
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Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud rated it 7 years ago
Rating: 4* of five**LIVINGSTON PRESS PROVIDED AN ARC FOR REVIEW**The Book Description: Nadezhda Krupskaya, Vladimir Lenin's comrade/wife, was an only child. Where she went, her mother went also. In Siberia and Europe, Lenin and the two Krupskayas shared close quarters: two- and three-room apartments...
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