Kathleen Alcott's debut novel, The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets, is forthcoming from Other Press in September of 2012. She came of age in Northern California, studied in Southern California, fell in love with San Francisco, hid for a while in Arkansas, and currently resides in Brooklyn. Her work appears on TheRumpus.net; Rumpus Women Vol. 1, an anthology of personal essays by women; The Bold Italic; and is forthcoming in Slice Magazine, American Short Fiction, and Explosion Proof. A copywriter by day, she is currently at work on her second novel, a book that traces the lives of four tenants of an apartment building in New York City and their rapidly deteriorating landlord.
Raised in Petaluma.
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