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Katie Schorr
Katie Schorr is a writer. You can find her work online at McSweeney’s, Mother.ly (formerly Parent.co), the 818 Magazine, small answers, and Well-Rounded. She occasionally appears in television commercials, narrates audiobooks, and has acted in a handful of web series. A University of Michigan... show more
Katie Schorr is a writer. You can find her work online at McSweeney’s, Mother.ly (formerly Parent.co), the 818 Magazine, small answers, and Well-Rounded. She occasionally appears in television commercials, narrates audiobooks, and has acted in a handful of web series. A University of Michigan graduate with a BA in Creative Writing and Literature, Katie spent her twenties studying performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Ars Nova, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, and a handful of sticky-floored black box basements you swore you’d never go to again. During this rocky period, she spent many weekends and evenings co-hosting a “funny” tour of New York City while standing sideways on an oversized bus, did two weeks of short-form improv at International Auto Show in Manhattan while scores of confused attendees squinted at her, and logged seven years riding the M train to its end to teach third graders how to write plays. In other words: she’s very into vehicles and theater. Katie is married to YA writer, Lance Rubin, with whom she has two young sons.
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Blood Rose Books
Blood Rose Books rated it 1 year ago
In 1936 in Troublesome Creek, KY lives 19 year old Cussy Carter, who is last female with the rare Blue People Ancestry. She only has her Pa to keep her company so she decides to join the Pack Horse Library Project of Kentucky. Riding across the treacherous mountain ranges rain, shine or snow to deli...
Books, Books and More Books
Books, Books and More Books rated it 2 years ago
THE BOOK WOMAN OF TROUBLESOME CREEK by Kim M Richardson In the depths of the depression and hidden in the deep mountains of Kentucky was Troublesome Creek. The people were starving for both and learning. The WPA hired women to ride packhorses or mules and take “learning” in the form of books to the ...
GingerRead Reviews
GingerRead Reviews rated it 9 years ago
Why the hell did I wait so long to read this?? Intense! Loved it ~ review at GingerRead Review.
RefractedLight
RefractedLight rated it 9 years ago
It took me almost 4 months to finish this book. For some reason, I just never got sucked in; it was easy to put down and hard to pick back up. Janelle and I never really connected. Plus, insta-love, the improbability of her having access to some of the things she had access to, the rather heavy vol...
Kay ~ BayArea BookLover
Kay ~ BayArea BookLover rated it 9 years ago
3.5 Stars
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