ByKatherine Robb

Katherine Robb is a writer and attorney. Her writing has been published or is forthcoming in Blue Fifth Review, Gray’s Sporting Journal, the Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row JournalHobart (online), JennyTincture Journal, River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative, New York University Annual Survey of American Law, and Taconic Press. She is finishing up her first novel, a family drama set in Eastern Oregon. Follow her on Twitter: @KRobb_AMP

  1. When Sela Lowe invited her children, Aimee, Bobby, Cecelia, and Matty, to the lake at the beginning of September it was clear the invitation was more demand than request. At least, it was clear to Cecelia. The others viewed Sela’s words as law, as compact phosphorescent orbs of fact, the sort of facts told by honest-to-god truth tellers. “Righteous truths,” Matty once said to Cecelia. Whether demand or fact, Kyle kissed his wife outside the…