Kate Geiselman's essays have appeared at Salon.com, The Rumpus, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and elsewhere online. Several of her essays about teaching have aired on NPR stations onThe Story with Dick Gordon, an American Public Media production. Her first short story, "She's not There," was the winner of the Dayton Daily News/Antioch Writer's Workshop short story contest; her first novel is in progress. She serves as programming chair for the Antioch Writers' Workshop and is editor of Flights, the literary magazine of Sinclair Community College. She lives in Dayton with her husband and two daughters, and teaches writing and literature.