Katrin Schumann studied languages at Oxford and journalism at Stanford, and is the author of several nonfiction books. She has been awarded fiction residencies from the Norman Mailer Writer’s Colony, The Vermont Studio Center, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She teaches writing at GrubStreet in Boston and was an instructor in PEN's Prison Writing program. She lives in Boston and Key West.
Genres: Literary Fiction
Katrin Schumann recommends
Leaving Coy's Hill (2021)
Katherine A Sherbrooke
"This propulsive and astonishing story transported me to another era while compelling me to think deeply about questions that are as relevant today as they were in the 1800s: What is equality? What will we sacrifice for our principles? What makes a person whole? Immersed in stunning detail and evocative voices from the past, I came to deeply respect Lucy Stone’s tenacity, admire her passion and eloquenceand love her for her humility and her lasting power. A beautiful story that shines a powerful light on values we still struggle to realize and uphold."
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