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Katherine Hollander


About Katherine

Kate Hollander is a poet, historian, critic, and drama scholar. She holds a terminal MA in creative writing and a PhD in history, both from Boston University. Her first collection of poems, My German Dictionary (Waywiser Press), won the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize in 2019. Her poetry, criticism, and scholarship have been published in Literary Imagination, Hunger Mountain, New German Critique, Tupelo Quarterly, and elsewhere. She is a reader for Sugar House Review and the editor of a new edition of Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children, forthcoming from Bloomsbury/Methuen. Teaching and learning together is at the heart of Kate's practice as a writer, scholar, thinker, and human being. She especially loves working with students on poetry, criticism and literary journalism, and historical creative writing.