Kate McCahill was born and raised in Lake Placid, New York. Her first book, a Latin American travel memoir called Patagonian Road (SFWP), was published in May of 2017—learn more, here. She has written, managed, and edited content for a number of organizations, including Wellesley College and the Wellesley Centers for Women, the International Folk Art Market, the Museum of Fine Arts/Boston, Planned Parenthood, the Boston Publishing Company, and IBM. Today, she writes for Champ Internet Solutions. Assistant professor of English at the Santa Fe Community College, McCahill serves as faculty advisor for the Santa Fe Literary Review, SFCC’s nationally and internationally- distributed literary magazine. She’s an alumna of Wellesley College (BA) and the Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA, Writing).