Katherine Fusco

Katherine Fusco
Katherine Fusco is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno, where she teaches film, theory, and American literature. She is the author of Silent Film and U.S. Naturalist Literature: Time, Narrative and Modernity (Routledge) and Kelly Reichardt (University of Illinois). Currently, Katherine is working on a book about stardom and questions of identity in the 1920s and 1930s. Katherine has appeared in The Atlantic, Dilettante Army, Harpers Bazaar, Headspace, OZY and Salmagundi; you can find her blog on motherhood and creativity at CreateLikeAMother.blog.
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What's Love Got to Do With Goal Setting

What’s Love Got to Do With It (Goal Setting)?

By Katherine Fusco | February 12, 2019

Divergent goals needn’t derail our relationships. Instead, they can become opportunities for strengthening and expanding relationships with the ones we love.

Failed New Year's Resolutions

How to Refresh Your Failed New Year’s Resolutions

By Katherine Fusco | January 25, 2019

To learn more about your definition of success, consider the following self-reflective questions.

How a Brain Dump Can Unlock Your Creativity

By Katherine Fusco | May 3, 2018

Trying to process less allows us to be more.​

Why You Need a Failure Résumé

By Katherine Fusco | January 8, 2018

Broadcasting your failures is more valuable than you think.

If You Want to Be More Productive, Lose Track of Time

By Katherine Fusco | September 27, 2017

Seriously, stop tracking every minute of your day.

Let’s Stop Talking About Impostor Syndrome

By Katherine Fusco | July 10, 2017

At the end of the day, it’s about being OK with getting a little scared.