GEETA KOTHARI

Geeta Kothari is the nonfiction editor of the Kenyon Review. Her essay "If You Are What You Eat, Then What Am I?" is widely taught in universities and has been reprinted in several anthologies, including in Best American Essays. She is the editor of  ‘Did My Mama Like to Dance?’ and Other Stories about Mothers and Daughters, and the author of I Brake for Moose and Other Stories. Recent writing has appeared in the Hong Kong Review, Massachusetts Review, Superstition Review and Cosmonauts Avenue.  She teaches at the University of Pittsburgh and in the MFA program at Carlow University.

WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR

Creative nonfiction, specifically essays and memoir.

SAMPLE TITLES OR AUTHORS

"Governing Bodies," Sangamithra Iyer
"Between the Seasons of Meningitis and Malaria," Soowahn Lah
"Nota Bene: On the Bodies of Poor Boys," Sonja Livingston

WHAT THE KENYON REVIEW PUBLISHES

We look at fiction, nonfiction and poetry for the print and online journals, and it's best to read both to understand the aesthetic differences.

Submissions are welcome during the September submission period.