Katherine Parker Richmond has been losing herself in books since second grade, when Mrs. Crawford gave her detention for reading clear through the Pledge of Allegiance. That same year, she started a journal filled with poetry, stories, and the harrowing confessions of a near-sighted word-nerd who’d rather squint at life than wear glasses. More recently, her poems have appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Segullah, Everyday Poets, and Broken Circles: a Gathering of Poems for Hunger. She is currently seeking representation for two picture books, KALEIDOSCOPE GIRL and GOOSEBERRY PIE, as well as THE DOOR TO YESTERDAY, her first novel.

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