Kate Moses is the author of the internationally acclaimed Wintering: A Novel of Sylvia Plath (St. Martin’s Press 2003, Anchor Books 2003). Published in thirteen languages, Wintering received the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for best novel by an American woman in 2003, and the Grand Prix des Lectrices de Elle 2005 for best first novel published in France during that year. 2010 has brought the release of Cakewalk: A Memoir (Random House).
Moses is the coeditor, with Camille Peri, of two popular anthologies of essays on motherhood, Because I Said So: 33 Mothers Write About Children, Sex, Men, Aging, Faith, Race & Themselves (HarperCollins 2005, 2006) and the national bestselling, American Book Award-winning Mothers Who Think: Tales of Real-Life Parenthood (Villard 1999, Washington Square Press 2000). As a senior editor and contributing writer for Salon, Moses cofounded Salon’s groundbreaking, award-winning Mothers Who Think site. She is also a former literary director of San Francisco’s Intersection for the Arts and began her career as an editor of fiction and poetry at legendary North Point Press in Berkeley.
Moses is a San Francisco native, where she lives with her husband, Salon executive editor and columnist Gary Kamiya, and their children.
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US: Villard, Washington Square Press, St. Martin's Press, Anchor Books, HarperCollins
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