Kass Fleisher

Kass Fleisher did her undergraduate work in English at Dickinson College and her Master of Arts in English at University of North Dakota, and completed her doctorate at Binghamton University. She spent four years as the administrative manager of Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. Fleisher is the author of five books: the novel Dead Woman Hollow (Excelsior Editions, 2012); Talking Out of School: Memoir of an Educated Woman (Dalkey Archive Press, 2008); the documentary nonfiction work, The Bear River Massacre and the Making of History (SUNY, 2004); and two prose works that trouble the divide between fiction and memoir, The Adventurous (Factory School, 2006) and Accidental Species: A Reproduction (Chax, 2005). With Caitlin M. Alvarez, Fleisher has edited the wide-ranging literary anthology Litscapes: Collected US Writings 2015 (Steerage, 2015). With Joe Amato, she’s the author of a full-length play and several screenplays. Fleisher currently teaches writing and literature at Illinois State University. Visit Amazon’s Kass Fleisher page.


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