In this novel Wintering, and in her work with Camille Peri on the national bestseller and American Book Award-winning anthology Mothers Who Think: Tales of Real-Life Parenthood, Kate Moses elevates the discussion of motherhood and shows that it gives women more to think about, not less.
Kate Moses, a San Francisco native, worked as an editor at Berkeley's acclaimed North Point Press and as literary director of Intersection for the Arts. In 1997 she teamed up with journalist Camille Peri to found Salon.com's popular daily website "Mothers Who Think"- Grace Cathedral
Rev. Alan Jones
Alan Jones, Ph.D., has been dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco since 1985.
Jones was formerly the director of the Center for Christian Spirituality and Stephen F. Bayne Professor of Ascetical Theology at General Theological Seminary in New York City. Born and educated in England, Jones was also on the staff of Trinity Institute of Wall Street's Trinity Church. He became a citizen of the United States in 1975.
Jones is the author of several books, most notably, Soul Making, The Desert Way of Spirituality, Passion for Pilgrimage and most recently, The Soul's Journey: Exploring the Three Passages of the Spiritual Life with Dante as a Guide. He is widely known as a gifted preacher and travels throughout the world preaching, lecturing, and leading retreats.
Kate Moses, a San Francisco native, worked as an editor at Berkeley's acclaimed North Point Press and as literary director of Intersection for the Arts.
In 1997, she teamed up with journalist Camille Peri to found Salon.com's popular daily website, "Mothers Who Think."
Kate Moses vents her frustration over the Hillary Clinton campaign which she blames for pandering to political establishment norms of masculinity.
Clinton, Moses says, overcompensated for sexism and became the "biggest man in the room" which undermined her nuanced political refinement. Moses remembers the pivotal moment of Clinton's tearful show of emotion, situating it beginning from the Lewinsky scandal within the Clinton legacy.