Kathy Krause’s personal essay “The Hershey Bar Incident” entertains as well as reminds readers of something very important–how many times as adults we make promises to children and then don’t come through, thus eroding the admiration the children have for us and leaving more hurt behind than we willingly acknowledge. Kathy’s well-drawn descriptions of what … Continue reading →
About Kathy Krause
Kathy Krause divides her time between working as a computer book editor and raising a family. She has been writing ever since she could hold a pencil. Her first completed work was “The Day the World Went Insane,” a science fiction playlet, written in pencil and performed by three 10-year old neighbors in 1971. She is working on short memoir pieces, with the support of her writers’ group.