Katherine Hollander

Katherine Hollander’s poems have appeared in Hunger Mountain, Literary Imagination, the Sugar House Review, and elsewhere. A PhD candidate in modern European history at Boston University, from which she also holds an MA in poetry, she has also written literary reviews and a libretto. She has enjoyed a residency at the Vermont Studio Center and once spent a summer living in Bertolt Brecht’s house in southern Denmark.


Katherine Hollander Interviews Elaine Johanson About AND AND

Elaine Johanson is a Philadelphia based writer and artist. She recently published And And, a chapbook of poems and photographs, with photographer and designer Jan C. Almquist.   Katherine Hollander: Elaine, thank you so much for talking with me about your new book, And And!  Elaine Johanson: Hi, Katie! I’m […]


Katherine Hollander Interviews Joseph Harrison About SOMETIMES I DREAM THAT I AM NOT WALT WHITMAN

Joseph Harrison’s books of poetry include Someone Else’s Name, Identity Theft, Shakespeare’s Horse, and Sometimes I Dream That I Am Not Walt Whitman. He is Senior American Editor for Waywiser Press and directs the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize.   Katherine Hollander: Joe, thank you so much for talking with me […]


Katherine Hollander and Dora Malech Interview Each Other About MY GERMAN DICTIONARY and FLOURISH

Katherine Hollander is an historian and poet whose work has appeared in Hunger Mountain, Literary Imagination, New German Critique, The Brecht Yearbook and elsewhere. Her first book of poems, My German Dictionary, won the fourteenth annual Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize from The Waywiser Press. Dora Malech’s most recent book of […]


New Collections of Poetry in the Time of Coronavirus – curated by Dora Malech and Katherine Hollander

Among the many disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic, the loss of the chance to celebrate a new book of poetry is far from the most acute—yet the loss of the opportunity to read from, talk about, and share new books of poems still felt like a piquant one we wanted […]