Kim van Alkemade

Works

Orphan #8

Historical novel available now from William Morrow
Editions:

“His Amy Hours”

Finalist for the CutBank 2011 Montana Prize in Fiction

“Buddha Tattoo Romance”

Essay published in SoToSpeak, Spring 2011

“Resting Place”

Essay published in Alaska Quarterly Review, Spring/Summer 2009

“Severance Pay”

Winner of the CutBank 2008 Montana Prize in Nonfiction

“Hitching”

Essay published in The Rambler, January/February 2008

read a PDF excerpt from “Hitching”


“Spinster Punk”

Winner of the SoToSpeak 2007 Nonfiction Contest

“Orphans Together: A History of New York's Hebrew Orphan Asylum”

Paper presented at the 2006 Biennial Scholars Conference on American Jewish History, 5–7 June 2006, Charleston, SC

read a PDF of “Orphans Together”


“Forgotten Fathers”

Essay published in Proteus: A Journal of Ideas, Fall 2002