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  • papertrail • July 25, 2019

    Kate Zambreno on Screen Tests; Staples creates quarterly magazine

    ...Tobias Carroll Kate Zambreno about Rilke, art writing, and her latest book, Screen Tests. “I love it when a work references past books; it’s like a little thrill for me,” she said. “At the...

  • papertrail • April 25, 2019

    Kate Zambreno on writing and motherhood; Why presidential candidates love quoting James Joyce

    ... At the Paris Review, Kate Zambreno and Sarah Manguso writes Kevin Dettmar of Beto O’Rourke, Pete Buttigieg, and Joe Biden’s predilections for quoting the Ulysses author. “It’s a dog whistle...

  • print • Apr/May 2018

    Art Monster

    Sheila Heti gets creative with questions about motherhood • Kaitlin Phillips

    ... Ottessa Moshfegh? Even Kate Zambreno and Joy Williams have children. . . . It seemed fitting we were all suddenly preoccupied with this question, as if we’d found a way to talk about whether or not we...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2017

    A View of Her Own

    the essays of Elizabeth Hardwick • Sarah Nicole Prickett

    ... Kate Zambreno’s memoir-study Heroines, in which she likens Hardwick and her marriage to Zelda Fitzgerald and her marriage, a comparison that would rankle Hardwick-who objected strenuously to E...

  • print • Apr/May 2017

    Monster Love

    Two books interrogate mothers real and imagined • Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore

    ...Kate Zambreno's first novel, O Fallen Angel, published in 2010 and just reissued by Harper Perennial, takes place somewhere between Middle America and hell, if hell, as Jean-Paul Sartre famously...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2012

    The Lost Girls

    A literary memoir conjures modernism’s forgotten women • Jessica Winter

    ... “I am beginning to realize that taking the self out of our essays is a form of repression,” Kate Zambreno writes in Heroines. “Taking the self out feels like obeying a gag...

  • interviews • July 11, 2012

    Bookforum talks to Kate Zambreno

    Jenna Sauers

    ...Kate Zambreno is the author of the novels O Fallen Angel and Green Girl and of the forthcoming memoir-slash literary investigation of the overlooked women of Modernism, Heroines. She also finds...

  • papertrail • March 19, 2012

    Mar 19, 2012 @ 4:00:00 am

    ... than Kate Zambreno’s Green Girl. ...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2012

    Everything Is Cinema

    Green Girl by Kate Zambreno • James Greer

    ...Kate Zambreno resists easy classification. Her fiction squirms under the critic’s microscope like an unruly subatomic particle, appearing first here and there and then in both places at...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2009


    Western by Christine Montalbetti • Kate Zambreno

    Would it be far-fetched to imagine that Christine Montalbetti was musing on the interior monologue of a certain cowboy president while writing her novel Western, a

  • culture • July 27, 2009

    The Illustrated Version of Things by Affinity Konar

    Kate Zambreno

    ... simply for the way Konar perverts and pummels her sentences, for the exuberance and eccentricity of her language, its lurid energy and rhythms. Kate Zambreno's first novel, O Fallen Angel, will be...

  • culture • May 24, 2009

    Wetlands by Charlotte Roche, Translated by Tim Mohr

    Kate Zambreno

    ... sexuality that Freud feared to tread, a case study of Dora from her own perspective, but this potential is never fully realized. Kate Zambreno's first novel, O Fallen Angel, will be published in...