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Author: Katharine Haake

Katharine Haake's books include the dystopian eco-fable, THE TIME OF QUARANTINE (What Books Press, 2018); the hybrid California prose lyric, That Water, Those Rocks; and three collections of stories. Her writing has long appeared in such magazines as One Story, The Iowa Review, and Witness, and been recognized as distinguished by Best American Stories and Best American Essays, among others. A collaborative text/image work she did with artist Lisa Bloomfield is included in Bloomfield's portfolio in the permanent collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Haake is a recipient of an Individual Artist's Grant from LA's Cultural Affairs Department and teaches at California State University, Northridge.

Assumptions We Might Make About the Postworld
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Assumptions We Might Make About the Postworld

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Fiction. The small future parables of ASSUMPTIONS WE MIGHT MAKE ABOUT THE POSTWORLD take place in a world very much like our own—and not—weaving what amounts to a beguiling meditation on inconsolable loss. In the mundane dailiness of this world, men...

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The Origin of Stars and Other Stories
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The Origin of Stars and Other Stories

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Fiction. These stories, powerful eco-fables of down-home Americana, take place during the relentless rollover from one millennium to the next in a world remarkably like our own--and not. In one, for example, a girl exquisitely tuned to the sorrows o...

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The Time of Quarantine
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The Time of Quarantine

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Fiction. Lyrical, provocative, and deeply haunting, THE TIME OF QUARANTINE, takes us into a near-distant future of post-human environmental collapse to chronicle the tale of a boy raised alone in the woods by computers at the end of the world—or is ...

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