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This compelling book, which has been thoroughly revised and updated, draws on candid interviews with over 400 women inmates and prison officials to shed a shocking light on our penal system as it affects women.
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This book tells the inspiring true story of how a Jewish cantor and his family changed the life of a virulent white supremacist leader.
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A vivid history of life in Princeton, New Jersey, told through the voices of its African American residents I Hear My People Singing shines a light on a small but historic black neighborhood at the heart of one of the most elite and world-renowned Ivy-League towns - Princeton, New Jersey.
Watterson received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arizona in 1965.
Watterson began her career as a feature writer and reporter of Fort Lauderdale News in 1964. Two years later she took a position of an editor of The Pittsburgh Press. Also Kathryn served as a teacher at Technology Teacher's Training College from 1966 to 1969.
In 1969, she became a reporter and feature writer of The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. Then in 1973, Watterson was appointed a feature writer of The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine and held it for a year. There she wrote articles on a variety of topics, from the Army Corps, flooding Native American lands to profiling the Medical Examiner.
In addition, she served as an editor of Princeton: With One Accord in 1995-1999. She taught at Princeton University and at the University of Pennsylvania.
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(This compelling book, which has been thoroughly revised a...)1996
(This book tells the inspiring true story of how a Jewish ...)2012
(Teenagers talk candidly about sex in the 1980s.)1981
Watterson is a member of Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists Association, Author's League and Author's Guild.
Quotes from others about the person
"Kitsi Watterson is the kind of writer who doesn't blink, who is willing to go straight to the heart of some of the most divisive and painful issues in American society. Her prose is lucid and her research is exhaustive. She possesses the compassion of a novelist and the instincts of a reporter." - John Smolens
Kathryn was married. She has a child.