Mary Katherine “Katie” Lattari

Instructor
Email: katie.lattari@maine.edu
Office hours – Spring 2018
By appointment
Education
University of Notre Dame M.F.A. Creative Writing (Prose) 2013
University of Maine M.A. English 2011
University of Maine B.A. English 2009
Publications
American Vaudeville, novel. MAMMOTH Books. Forthcoming 2016. Print.

“No Protections, Only Powers,” short story. Neoverse Short Story Competition Top 20 Finalist. Forthcoming 2016. Print (winners compilation).
“The Doubts of the Confederate Army,” excerpt from manuscript All of the Everything. NOO Journal. 2014. Online.
“Facebook,” excerpt from manuscript All of the Everything. Cabildo Quarterly. 2013. Print & Online.
“Teeth,” short story. The Bend. 2013. Print.
“The Atari Period,” short story. Stolen Island. 2013. Print.
“The Real World: War,” flash fiction. Stolen Island. 2013. Online.
“Dogs Come First,” “Allens,” “Glass of Water,” short fictions. Pennsylvania English. 2011. Print.
“Hegemony,” short story. The Writing Disorder. 2011. Online.
“A Family,” short story. Eighty Percent Magazine. 2010. Online.

 

Engagement/Service
Honors College, University of Maine (2015-2016). Honors Thesis Committee Chair. Thesis committee chair and advisor for an undergraduate Honors College student writing a fiction thesis as their “capstone” senior experience.

&NOW Festival, Boulder, Colorado (2013). Presenter. Gave a reading at the biannual &NOW Festival on a panel entitled “Fresh Fiction.” Read an excerpt from novel manuscript All of the Everything.

Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) Conference, Chicago, Illinois (2012). Attendee.

Stolen Island, University of Maine (2011). Co-Editor-in-Chief. UMaine’s graduate-level literary publication.

Sports Literature Association Conference, Orono, Maine (2011). Presenter. Gave a reading at the annual conference on a panel entitled “New Voices in Fiction.” Read excerpt from forthcoming novel American Vaudeville.

University of Maine Department of English Graduate Student Symposium, Orono, Maine (2010). Presenter. Participated in the annual graduate symposium. Gave a paper on the narratology of Robinson Crusoe.

University of Maine English Graduate Student Association (EGSA), Executive Board Member (2010).