Ms Kathleen McKay


Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • Department of English and American Studies


Kath Mckay is a fiction writer and poet who has built up the short story strand at the University Hull. She has published two novels, two full poetry collections and one poetry booklet, while her short stories have been anthologised and broadcast. Kath has won awards for poetry, short stories and a crime novel. She has given papers and written on short story writers Tim Winton, Flannery O'Connor, William Trevor and Ron Rash. In 2017, she co-edited an AHRC publication, End Notes.


Hard Wired

McKay, K. (2016). Hard Wired. Moth publishing

End Notes

R. French, & K. McKay (Eds.), (2017). End Notes


Divine hearing

McKay, K. (2013). Divine hearing

Collision Theory

McKay, K. (2013). Collision Theory 

Medium High Gusset

McKay, K. (2013). Medium High Gusset  

Postgraduate supervision

Kath welcomes applications in practice-led PhDs in fiction or poetry. Current PhD supervisions Supervising one practice-led poetry PhD