Kathryn Kefauver Goldberg lives in Berkeley, California and is working on a memoir about the gritty miracle of twin pregnancy.
In 2011, The New York Times Modern Love column ran her essay entitled "A Little Lint and Suddenly I'm Bridezilla?" Other stories have been published in numerous literary magazines, including The Sun Magazine, The Gettysburg Review, The Journal, The Chicago Quarterly Review, The Christian Science Monitor, Best Travel Writing 2005, Best Women's Travel Writing 2005, Best Women's Travel Writing 2009, A Woman's Asia, and Going Alone: Women's Adventures in the Wild, an anthology by Seal Press. Sy Safransky, editor and publisher of The Sun Magazine, has said her stories have "heart, humor, and a keen eye for human foibles."
Kathryn completed an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from The University of San Francisco (USF) and her essay, "Part Lao, Part Falang," won an Associated Writing Programs award for nonfiction. She received a fellowship to The MacDowell Colony that same year.
In December 2011, Kathryn and her husband Ken, a physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, welcomed twin boys, Max and Sam—worth the wait.