Katherine Fusco is a writer about mindfulness and popculture. For her day job, she teaches and writes about American literature, film, and theory at the University of Nevada. Her first book is Silent Film and U.S. Naturalist Literature, her second book is Kelly Reichardt: Emergency and the Everyday. She blogs at http://www.katherinefusco.com/yoga-and-academe. When she’s not working on her next book on the history of racial childhood, she tries not to project too much onto her own children, a fur baby named Biscuit and a skin baby named Eloise.