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Author's Voice "Lit With Love"
What happens when a history professor writes romance? In Katharine’s interview with BookPage’s Lily McLemore, “A History Professor’s Take on Romance”, she shares what it’s like to wear those two hats.
Gender Genre Blog
Maya Rodale includes Again, My Lord on an excellent list of the “Top 5 Romance Novels for a Women’s Studies Course,” and some of Katharine’s favorite romances.
Katharine shared the story of her about-face conversion for the “Opposites Attract” trope in romance fiction during Read-A-Romance Month in 2016.
Katharine shared her thoughts for The Huffington Post on the importance of word choice, especially the words frequently used to describe sex in modern popular culture and conversation.
Maria's Farm Country Kitchen blog
When people learn that Katharine is a professor of medieval history, she can report that they sometimes say the darnedest things. And when she tells them she is also a romance novelist, it can be even funnier. She shared some hilarious (and disturbing) examples at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen in her piece “We’ve Come a Long Way Baby… Haven’t We?”
Katharine shared her open letter to folks who dismiss romance novels as “bodice rippers” or “just love stories” on TheMarySue.com: “Stop calling Romance Novels ‘Just’ Love Stories.”
Gender & Genre Blog
Katharine had the honor of being the first romance author to appear on HarperCollins’ Publisher’s Gender & Genre blog with her piece “Cinderella Revisited (Or, Why I Teach the History of the Romance Novel to University Students)”.