Welcome Home, Stranger
“Kate Christensen’s new novel, Welcome Home, Stranger, is a revelation, offering characters as real as your family and friends, a rich, vividly drawn setting, grab-you-by-the-throat drama and always, lurking in the shadows, a fierce authorial intelligence. What more could you ask?”
—Richard Russo, author of Somebody’s Fool
The Last Cruise
“In The Last Cruise Kate Christensen has given us a smart literary thriller whose ambitions extend well beyond its genre. It’s terrifying in ways you don’t expect.”
How to Cook a Moose
Blue Plate Special
-Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl, Dark Places, and Sharp Objects
—The Miami Herald
The Great Man
The Epicure's Lament
In The Drink
“Like its protagonist, Christensen’s book is funny and intelligent, filled with dead-on New York character types and locales.”
From the Blog:
I love you most of all, my favorite vegetable
A few years ago, I gave a one-day memoir workshop whose focus was food writing. One of the students, Elizabeth, wrote an essay about the meals she cooked and ate in Tibet, where she lived in a house with several revolutionaries during the 2008 uprising against...
The old town looks the same as I step down from the train
Damn, that was a gnarly winter. Winters here generally are, but this one was especially long and cold and snowy and stormy and full of work and anxiety and obligations and upheavals. Our old car died; we got a new one. Our tenants moved out; we lost their rent income...
Let your mind go, let yourself be free
For about the past month, I’ve been in a state of waxing and waning dread: low-level, then sharp, then low-level, then sharp again. And for more than six years before that, ever since I left my marriage and started the process of separation and divorce, I’ve been in...