Kate McIntyre (Ph.D., University of Missouri-Columbia) worked at the Missouri Review from 2008 to 2013 and returned in 2016 as Managing Editor, after several years as a visiting assistant professor of English and creative writing at Allegheny College. She holds a BA from Harvard University, an MFA from Oregon State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her stories and essays have appeared recently in journals including Denver Quarterly, the Cimarron Review, The Normal School, and Copper Nickel. She has a Notable Essay in Best American Essays 2014 and a Special Mention in the 2016 Pushcart Prize anthology.
Jul 25 2017
Book Review: Putting on the Dog
Putting on the Dog: Canine Characterization in Fiction and Nonfiction Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Atheneum, 2000, 144 pp., $7.99 (paper). My Dog Tulip by J. R. Ackerley. NYRB Classics, 1999,
Jul 15 2015
The Desert Island Novel: A Small Place for Big Characters
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Signet Classic, 2008, 322 pp., $5.95 (paper). Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Modern Library Classics, 2001, 240 pp., $11.99. Robinson by Muriel Spark. New
Jun 01 2009
A Conversation with Benjamin Percy
Believability is in minutiae, those small details that rise up. If you’re referencing a sunset-Chekov points this out-it’s often a waste of language to talk about things generally: the way the sunlight filters through the sky and over the forest. Instead focus on a bunch of broken glass on the ground. . .