A Conversation with Author Katey Schultz '01

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Join a conversation with alumna Katey Schultz '01 on writing and her novel, "Still Come Home".

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Alumni, parents and friends are invited to hear from and talk to author Katey Schultz '01 on Veteran's Day, November 11th. Katey will talk about the differences between writing a collection of short stories and a longform novel, about her process, and read a few minutes from the novel. She will also discuss how being a Philosophy major at Whitman informs her word choice and sentence-level revisions as an author. This will be a Zoom Meeting format, so Katey will be able to see you and take your questions on screen.

Join the meeting here: https://whitman.zoom.us/j/91816504388

Katey is the author of Flashes of War, which the Daily Beast praised as an “ambitious and fearless” collection, and Still Come Home, a novel, both published by Loyola University Maryland. Honors for her work include the Linda Flowers Literary Award, Doris Betts Fiction Prize, Foreword INDIES Book of the Year for both titles, gold and silver medals from the Military Writers Society of America, five Pushcart nominations, a nomination to Best American Short Stories, National Indies Excellence Finalist recognition, and writing fellowships in eight states. She was also recently named a finalist in the Chicago Writers Association Book of the Year Awards for Still Come Home. She lives in Celo, North Carolina, and is the founder of Maximum Impact, a transformative mentoring service for creative writers that has been recognized by both CNBC and the What Works Network .

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