Fiction. In the words of some of its reviewers, "AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE vaudevilles the novel" —Lance Olsen. "Told in swift prose fragments," it "explores the life and talent of Zembla Vist, an eccentric and audacious narrator who takes us on a kaleidoscopic ride through America in an attempt to reconstruct her past." —Azareen Van Der Vliet. "Katie Lattari writes as if she were one part journalist, one part historian, one part poet, one part comic, another part memoirist—but always a seer, staging...an exceedingly fresh, and ultimately poignant depiction of what it is to be alive today." —Steve Tomasula.
Katie Lattari has graduate degrees in English and creative writing from the University of Maine and the University of Notre Dame. She currently works for the University of Maine.Author City: BANGOR, ME USA