GRANTED A Mi’kmaw boy’s only chance for survival after kidnapping a Nova Scotia settler lies in the hands of a colonist’s rebellious daughter. A highly readable, book club worthy story! A tale of adventure, sacrifice, betrayal, and forgiveness.
REAL ESTATE, A NOVEL Family is not always destiny and houses are sometimes more than a home. Holzman’s accomplished prose propels her beleaguered characters through tragedies and watershed moments. There’s much to enjoy in this well-constructed sketch of people constrained by their family and their choices. Publishers Weekly
FLATLANDERS, SHORT FICTION FROM VERMONT Kathryn Holzman’s collection of short fiction explores the truce between Vermont’s homesteaders and the second-home owners who co-exist in the lush Green Mountains. Whether sharing a blackberry patch with a bear or dropping off garbage at the local transfer station, life in Vermont unites its disparate residents in surprising ways.
Kathryn Holzman’s short fiction has appeared in over twenty online literary magazines and print anthologies. She is the author of a collection of short fiction, FLATLANDERS (Picaflor Press 2019). She is the author of three novels, REAL ESTATE (2020), GRANTED (2022), and THE COST of ELECTRICITY (to be released in May 2023). She received the Grand Prize in the 2020 Eyelands International Short Story Contest