Katherine Arnoldi


Katherine Arnoldi, Ph.D.
Graphic Novelist, Writer, Artist, Teacher

Books

The Amazing True Story of a Teenage Single Mom, graphic novel (Graymalkin, 2016). First published by Hyperion(1998)

 All Things Are Labor, Stories, (University of Massachusetts Press, 2007).
 

Awards:

Fulbright to Paraguay, 2008-9,  Ohio State University Fiction Prize finalist, Juniper Prize, Newhouse, New York Foundation of the Arts Awards in Fiction and Drawing, DeJur Award, Henfield Transatlantic Fiction Award, Sequoia Prize.





Photo by Rick Giotti


PUBLICATIONS/ Fiction________________________________________________
Stories published in A Gathering of the Tribes. Blue Collar Review. Five Minute Fiction (Story Press), Room of One’s Own, The World, Longshot, Fiction, The Quarerly, ONTHEBUS, Red Tape: Tragicomix. New Observations.
PUBLICATIONS /Nonfiction____________________________________________
Essays published in Professional Artist, Literarian, Rhubarb (Winnipeg, Canada), College Mom Magazine.The Essential Hip MaMa: Writing from the Cutting Edge of Parenting,
edited by Ariel Gore, Seal Press, You Look Too Young to Be a Mom, ed. by Deborah Davis, (Penguin, NY), Best of Hip MaMa, edited by Ariel Gore,
(Seal Press), Mamaphonic: Writing from the Cutting Edge of    
Motherhood, (Soft Skull Press), Tribes web magazine, Tribes.org., HipMaMa.
Art published in Women Cartoonists from the USA, catalog Secession Gallery, Vienna, Austria, World War 3.
MUSEUM SHOWS, EXHIBITIONS____________________________________

 Indian Road Cafe One person show. Blue Dot Award, Painting: Art Students League Gallery, Blue Dot Award, Drawing  ASL Gallery.  She Draws Comics: 100 Years of Women Cartoonists at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, NYC. Ladyfest Bristol, UK, Exhibition of Women Cartoonists. She Draws Comics: Great Women Cartoonists, Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco, Mujeres/ Women Cartoonists, 25th Annual Comic Conference, Gijon, Spain. Women Cartoonists in the US, Secession Museum, Vienna, Austria.  Bluestocking Bookstore, NYC, WorldWar3, Group Cartoonists Show.   Bluestocking Bookstore, New York, NY:  “Women Cartoonists Show,” Tribes Gallery, NY: “Poets and Painters” a collaboration with Ron Taylor. The New Museum: “The Bad Girl’s Show” included my graphic novel.

Residencies at McDowell, Blue Mountain Center, Hedgebrook, William Flanagan Center, Millay colony.