Kate Lemery has a master’s degree in art history and worked for the National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian Institution for fifteen years before becoming a stay-at-home mom. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Motherwell Magazine, Peacock Journal, and elsewhere. She lives with her family in suburban Washington, D.C., and is finishing her first novel.
“And then it came to me that instead of writing a literary book about motherhood, I’d write a suspenseful book about motherhood”: Aimee Molloy talks about motherhood, the difference between writing fiction and nonfiction, and her debut novel, The Perfect Mother, out next week from HarperCollins.
“Food is a central character in this book because food fulfills a central role in our lives”: Mandy Mikulencak chats with Kate Lemery about historical fiction, getting published, and The Last Suppers, her new book out now from Kensington’s John Scognamiglio imprint.
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