Between the Legs
Fiction. Winner of the 2015 Kenneth Patchen Award for the Innovative Novel. In BETWEEN THE LEGS a couple goes on a trip, starting with a tour of Buchenwald, the Nazi concentration camp outside of Weimar, Germany, and ending at a Zen Buddhist retreat in the Swiss Alps. The baggage they carry with them through Weimar, Prague, Vienna and Lucerne contains grief, addiction and sexual obsession. Haunted by Freud and Kafka, this story presents some brutal realities about post-menopausal sex and the need to make radical choices in order to climb out of the hell we perpetrate on each other.
About the Author:
Kate Horsley has published six novels and one collection of short works. In addition to the Kenneth Patchen Award for Innovative Fiction, she has won several literary awards, including the Western States Arts Award for Fiction.