‘If/Sins can be forgiven, if bodies rise from the dead’: forgiveness and the body in Auden’s post-conversion poems, in ed. Adrian Grafe, Ecstasy and Understanding: Religious Awareness in English Poetry from the Late Victorian to the Modern Period (2008)
‘The Marriage-Hearse’ (in ed. Jonathan Taylor Overheard: Stories to Read Aloud (2012)
Kathleen’s recent focus has been on writing poetry and fiction. Her short story “Wax” which she read at Sheffield Hallam’s Singer Not the Song conference in 2011, can be found on the Necessary Fiction website http://necessaryfiction.com/writerinres/Wax and two of her poems can be found on the Litter blog, which is associated with Leafe Press http://www.leafepress.com/litter3/bell01/bell.html Other work has recently appeared in Hearing Voices and is forthcoming in the Salt anthology Overheard.