The Witch of Eye Book Tour

I’ve been zooming here there and everywhere this spring, talking about witches with some of my favorite writers. If you missed them, it’s not too late.

Kim Todd and I talked about writing women’s histories and her fantastic new book Sensational as part of Rain Taxi’s readings.

And then there was this conversation with Garbiela Garcia, author of Of Women and Salt, and Carrie Fountain, author of The Life, for The Loft’s Wordplay festival. Our conversation was inspired by the theme of “Mother, Daughter, Witch, Savior.”

It was also so wonderful to be in conversation with Kate Lebo, author of The Book of Difficult Fruit, and CMarie Fuhrman, author of Camped Beneath the Dam, at the Get Lit! Festival last month. The conversation, Difficult Fruits, is archived here:

Published by Kathryn Nuernberger

Kathryn Nuernberger's latest books are THE WITCH OF EYE (Sarabande), an essay collection about witches and witch trials coming out in February 2021, and RUE (BOA, 2020), a collection of poems about plants historically used for birth control and pissed off feelings about patriarchal bullshit. The End of Pink (BOA 2016) won the James Laughlin Prize from the Academy of American Poets. Her collection of lyric essays is Brief Interviews with the Romantic Past (The Ohio State University Press, 2017). A recipient of fellowships from the NEA, American Antiquarian Society, Bakken Museum of Electricity in Life, H. J. Andrews Research Forest, She teaches in the creative writing program at University of Minnesota. Recent work appears in 32 Poems, Cincinnati Review, Copper Nickel, Gulf Coast, Paris Review, The Southern Review, and Waxwing.

%d bloggers like this: