Kat Moore

Kat Moore’s essays have been featured in Image, Brevity, The Rumpus, Passages North, Salt Hill, and others as well as in the anthology Bodies of Work: Personal Narratives on Illness, Disability, and Truth. Her fiction and poetry can be found respectively in Craft, Cheap Pop Lit, Hobart, Permafrost, and others. Selections from her body of work have been dramatized and performed in the showcases Mothers, Myths, Monsters and Minifest at Theaterlab NYC.

636Readings on her works


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Creative Nonfiction

Catch: A Memory in Three Fragments

It was 1983 and I was six years old, riding between my father and brother in my father's Oldsmobile, back when front seats stretched from door to door. My father drove, and my brother, who was ... [+]