Kate Angus | Teaching

Kate Angus received a New York Times “Teacher Who Made a Difference” award in 2006 while teaching at Notre Dame School in New York City. Since then, she has taught at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, both as the Writer in Residence at Interlochen Art Academy as well as for Interlochen Arts Camp. Kate has also been a Teaching Fellow for the New School University’s Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy, as well as a guest teacher in the New School University’s Creative Writing MFA program. She is a volunteer mentor with the Words After War program and currently teaches at Gotham Writers’ Workshop as well as privately. Kate’s private teaching includes group workshops, one-on-one sessions with individual students, and manuscript consultations.