Kathryn Winograd

Kathryn Winograd

Kathryn Winograd is a Colorado poet, nonfiction writer, and amateur photographer. A winner of the Colorado Book Award, Winograd is the author of Slow Arrow: Unearthing The Frail Children, Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation, Air Into Breath: Poems, Stepping Into Poetry Sideways, and two books on online learning. Her chapbook, Flying Beneath the Dog Star: Poems from the Pandemic, was a semi-finalist for the Finishing Line Press 2020 Open Chapbook Competition and will be published in January 2022. Her essays have appeared in many journals including Fourth Genre, River Teeth, Hotel Amerika, and her poetry has been published in journals and magazines as diverse as The New Yorker and Cricket Magazine. She is currently an editor for The Humble Essayist Press and serves as Creative Writing Faculty for Regis University’s Mile-High MFA program. Her first cover photo was published by Green Briar Review for its Winter 2021 Issue. She also has a most “sought-after” blog, with over a thousand visiting it: How to Write the Braided Essay: A Case Study.


Upcoming Publication News

Newest work in Split Rock Review and IPPY. Work forthcoming in River Teeth, Terrain.org, and Flyaway: Journal of Writing and Environment. And my first cover photo is at Green Briar Review.

Flying Beneath the Dog Star: Poems from a Pandemic Chapbook will be published January 2022

You can still pre-order.

Heron and Ink, 2021

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