Opening up the raw insides of what makes us who we are is the basis for most of Cathy Adams’s stories—when a plot or character makes her feel uncomfortable, she writes about it. A native of Alabama and a Pushcart Prize-nominated short story writer, Cathy currently resides in Liaoning, China.
A Body’s Just as Dead
HAUNTING AND HYSTERICAL CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FICTION
A Body’s Just as Dead, published by SFK Press, was a finalist for the Eyelands Book Award and the Leapfrog Fiction Contest.
Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, she has been published in The Saturday Evening Post, Utne, A River and Sound Review, Upstreet, Portland Review, and Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, among others.