Kathleen Heininge is Professor Emerita of English at George Fox University, where she also led the Women’s Studies department. Her most recent publication is her memoir, Working in Mysterious Ways: My Life through the Rosary, in which she tells stories of her life through the lens of the Mysteries of the Rosary. She has also published Reflections: Virginia Woolf and her Quaker Aunt, Caroline Stephen and Buffoonery in Irish Drama: Staging 20th Century Post-Colonial Stereotypes, as well as numerous articles, mostly on Irish literature and culture. She is currently working on a book in which she shares her thoughts on reading the award winners, having read ALL the winners of the Man Booker Prize, the International Man Booker Prize, the Pulitzer prizes in fiction and drama, and the National Book Awards.