Kara Krauze has published essays and fiction in Quarterly West, Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts, Highbrow Magazine, The Daily Beast, Hypothetical Review and elsewhere. She has a B.A. from Vassar College in International Studies and a M.A. in Literary Cultures from New York University. Kara's writing engages with the subjects of loss, war, and memory. She is currently revising a novel about three generations grappling with the 1990s war in Yugoslavia and the aftereffects of World War II. In 2013, Kara founded Voices from War, a writing workshop for veterans in New York City.
The Writer, Truth, and Negotiations
THE ASPIRATIONS OF YOUTH seldom play out as our younger selves imagine, the paths of life less direct, more painful, utterly ...