Kathleen has long been a student of art and music history, American pop culture, philosophy, and theology. Her essays have been published in independent music magazines and national news/culture websites, and she is available for speaking engagements. For more information, contact her.

 

Lectures and Essays:

 

Beyond Bibleman - part of the Imaginarium program at Cornerstone Festival, July 2001

 

To the People of California - on physician-assisted suicide


A Proper Scaring - a short story in honor of Flannery O'Connor


Meeting St. Therese of Lisieux - my reflections on a spiritual encounter


The Great Divorce and the Challenge of Faith - a theological essay on reason & faith

 

Poetry:

Kells

Beacon Street

Moriah

Polaroid

 

Song lyrics:

Remember

The Longer I Live

Light

Gravity

 

[If you're sufficiently intrigued by Kathleen's writing, feel free to visit her old blog. Newer thoughts will be posted here from time to time.]

 

"I doubt if anyone ever touches the limit at either end of his personality. We are not our own light."  -- Flannery O'Connor