Kathleen Blackburn writes about the intersection of U.S. militarization and ecological disruption, specifically in cases of invasive species. Her current project focuses on invasive Brown Tree Snakes on Guam and Asian Carp in the Midwestern rivers. She also at work on a memoir. A Pushcart Prize nominee, Kathleen’s work has appeared in Bellingham Review, Crazyhorse, Colorado Review, DIAGRAM, River Teeth, and others, and has been listed as notable in Best American Essays.
Subject Area: Nonfiction