Katherine Vaz

Katherine Vaz lives in New York City. Since The Sun published one of her first short stories in 1988, she has published two novels — Saudade (St. Martin’s Press) and Mariana (Aliform Publishing)– and two collections of short stories, the most recent of which, Our Lady of the Artichokes and Other Portugese-American Stories (Bison Books) won the 2007 Prairie Schooner Prize in fiction. She’s currently a Briggs-Copeland Fellow in fiction at Harvard University.

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