Kate SchatzKate Schatz is a feminist writer, activist, and educator. She is the creator of the Rad Women book series, along with illustrator Miriam Klein Stahl. Her children's book, ''Rad American Women A-Z'', was published by City Lights in Spring 2015 and spent a combined 11 weeks on the ''New York Times'' bestseller list. The follow-up book, ''Rad Women Worldwide,'' was published in September 2016, and debuted at #8 on ''The New York Times'' Best Seller list. ''Rad Girls Can'' was published by Ten Speed Press on July 17, 2018.
Her book of fiction, [https://bloomsbury.com/us/pj-harveys-rid-of-me-a-story-9780826427786/ ''Rid of Me: A Story''], was published in 2006 as part of the 33 1/3 series; it is based on the 1993 PJ Harvey album of the same title. Her work has been published in ''LENNY'', ''Buzzfeed'', ''Quartz'', ''Oxford American'', ''Joyland'', ''East Bay Express'', and ''San Francisco Chronicle'', among others. Her short story "Folsom, Survivor" was a 2010 Notable Short Story in ''The Best American Short Stories 2011''. Her essay "What I Mean, Or Dear White People" was published in the 2017 anthology [https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/557986/radical-hope-by-carolina-de-robertis/9780525435136/ Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent in Dangerous Times].
She is a co-founder and organizer of [https://www.solidaritysundays.org/ Solidarity Sundays], a nationwide network of community-based feminist activist organizations. She is a co-founder of The Encyclopedia Project, and is the former Chair of the School of Literary Arts at Oakland School for the Arts. Kate received her MFA in Fiction Writing from Brown, and a double BA in Women's Studies/Creative Writing from UC Santa Cruz. She lives in Alameda, CA. Provided by Wikipedia