Author of magical realism and feminist gothic horror, who’s themes explore ”the other” from ”the other’s” point of view.
The Diabhal Series
"…an engrossing tale of magic, darkness, and natural order"
"…a superb novel of heritage and struggle that just happens to be a brilliant witch story."
—Daniel Casey, Misanthropester
"Kaufman conjures terrifying scenarios, from the creepily unsettling to the graphically horrific, with crisp, elegant prose. "
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Kathleen Kaufman is an author of magical realism and feminist gothic horror, exploring “the other” from ”the other’s” point of view. Her fiction explores how the horror of the past manifests in the present, and the inescapable intertwining of generational history. Her prose has been praised by Kirkus Reviews as “crisp, elegant” and “genuinely chilling” by Booklist. She is the author of the Diabhal trilogy, The Lairdbalor, soon to be a feature film directed by Nicholas Verso, Hag, and The Tree Museum. Kathleen is a professor at Santa Monica College and lives in Los Angeles with her husband, son, kitten, and hound.