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Maria Katsulos

Maria Rosario Katsulos is a lifelong reader and writer. The daughter of a journalist-turned-writer and an editor-turned-librarian, she grew up considering books to be some of her best friends. She is currently a senior at Southern Methodist University, where she is a President's Scholar studying English, history, and more with the goal of becoming a professor of gender and sexuality history. She is the editor-in-chief of Kairos Creative & Literary Magazine and a 2021 winner of the SMU.

Books reviewed by Maria Katsulos

The Frozen River (02/07/24)
The New Life (03/01/23)
Factory Girls (01/18/23)
Act of Oblivion (11/02/22)
Scoundrel (04/20/22)
The Turnout (10/06/21)

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