Kate Robinson began her lit career writing bad poetry in Des Moines, Iowa, and continued to hone her writing chops in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Wales, and Kenya, which serves her well as chief wordwhacker at Starstone Lit Services near Los Angeles.
Kate holds a BA in Anthropology with a concentration in Museum Studies from Prescott College (Arizona) and a MA in Creative Writing from the Aberystwyth University (Wales). Her stories, essays, and poetry appear in international anthologies and journals, and she also expounds upon jellyfish, sundogs, and sundry digressions on the writing life at her blog, Jellyfish Day.
She loves the appearance of the extraordinary in ordinary daily life and tries always to dance with paradox and absurdity.
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Heart of Desire: 11.11.11 Redux
by Kate Robinson
(5.00 from 1 review)
You heard nothing happened on December 21, 2012, right? Not exactly. Here’s where the cosmic shift began:
As election year 2008 unfolds, Tess Vaughn’s deepest desire is to give up romance and live a quiet life in rural Arizona. But when the former investigative journalist jogs into the arms of married presidential candidate Senator Harris Cantrell Henry, she finds trouble galore.
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