A portfolio of Kate Jonuska’s fiction, both book-length and stories
Kate’s first novel, Transference, is a superpower satire that stars a disgraced, dirty-minded psychiatrist and his newly telepathic new patient. The book was a Denver Post Staff Pick and finalist for the 2017 BookLife Prize. Click here for more information.
Kate forays into hard science fiction in this digital-only novella about solitude on the far side of universe. Click here for more information.
Now in its second edition, The Dictionary of Fiction Critique is a down-and-dirty guide about writing geared toward peer critique and self-improvement. Kate believes that you can’t learn a craft, after all, without first learning that craft’s vocabulary! Click here for more information.
30th Street Fiction published their second book based on the theme of “flight” and under their own imprint, 30th Street Press. Click here for more information.
For their first-ever anthology, Boulder-based critique group 30th Street Fiction wrote a collection of stories centered on the theme of “proof.” Click here for more information.
This science-fiction short was published in BROAD Magazine and was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize. Click here for more information.
Kate won third place in the fourth annual Boulder Weekly 101-word fiction contest in 2018. Click here for more information.