Katherine Mosby carries a full and exceptionally delightful quiver of talents: an exquisite ear for language, a sharp sense of humor, and a knack for plotting tales that satisfy both heart and mind.

Katherine Mosby is a poet, novelist and professor. She has degrees from Princeton, Columbia and New York University. In addition to teaching at the Stern Graduate School of Business, NYU she has also taught at Columbia’s Graduate Business Schools.She has conducted fiction workshops at the 92nd Street Y as well as poetry workshops at New York City public schools for Poets in Public Service.

Mosby first novel, Private Altars, won the Book-of-the-Month Club’s First Fiction Award and was a finalist for Barnes and Noble’s Discover Great New Writers Award.

The Season of Lillian Dawes, which was selected by The New York Times as a 2002 Notable Book of the Year, was also an Independent Bookseller’s Book Sense Selection.

Twilight was nominated by HarperCollins for the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Her novels have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian.

Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals including New Yorker, Vogue, People and Poetry.

  • Nostalgia, Vogue