Kate M. Graham is an academic and writer from London whose work is interested in revenge and in the queer art of looking backwards across, and through, time.
Kate has published work on the queerness of revenge in The Maids Tragedy (Early Theatre, 2018); on objects and gender in The Revenger’s Tragedy in The Revenger’s Tragedy: State of Play (Bloomsbury, 2017); on the relationship between strangeness and revenge (forthcoming); and on the relationship between anger, time and revenge (forthcoming).
Kate has also considered how queer pubs might connect us to the past in Sex, Time and Place: Queer Histories of London (co-edited with Dr Simon Avery) and has forthcoming work interrogating a repeated pattern of looking back to the past or making the past present, in post-2017 new queer theatre.
Her current major project is a memoir about five deaths which occurred between Jan 2013 and Jan 2015. It is a book that asks how queers tell stories about grief.
You can find out more about Kate here.