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 Kappa Adair Waugh



Born into a family in which everyone – grandparents, parents, siblings – wrote, Kappa grew up assuming that writing was something all people did. She sent off a manuscript to Harcourt Brace when she was 11.  Rejected. Kappa’s poetry was published in school and college literary journals and, during her twenties, in “BlackRock.” More recently, Kappa’s writing has appeared in three issues of Legacies, in a poetry anthology, A Slant of Light, and“The Episcopal New Yorker.”  Her work has also appeared on the poetry blog “Writing in a Woman’s Voice.”  


Kappa also co-authored  AN APPLE IN HER HANDAn Anthology from The Hudson Valley Women’s Writing Group,  The collection includes a number of her stories and poems.


Her other hats are cartoonist and jewelry maker.  Kappa retired after more than 20 happy years as Reference Librarian for Vassar College. 











Searching for My Vida 


Man’s Best Friend


God Has a Zillion Refrigerators