KateChopin.org provides a network for scholars interested in Kate Chopin, and it acts as a bridge between scholars and others—students, teachers, librarians, journalists, playwrights, filmmakers, translators, book club members, bloggers, and readers in countries around the world.

It is an informational site, an educational site, dedicated to the reading and study of Kate Chopin’s fiction. It seeks to provide accurate information about Chopin and her work in a form accessible to a large international audience.

It does not post commercial messages. It posts announcements of books, films, or plays dealing with Kate Chopin, but it does not link to Amazon or Barnes and Noble, and it does not accept payment for posting notices. Except for out-of-date announcements of conferences, presentations, productions, or other events, it does not remove posted information. Other than standard usage data, it does not collect information about visitors.

It includes a search icon at the top right of each page, a search box in the vertical center of the home page, and an alphabetical table of contents through a “sitemap” link at the bottom left of each page.

The site is sponsored by the Kate Chopin International Society. It is revised regularly. Its posting date appears in the footer at the bottom of each page.

The KateChopin.org website staff:

The editor of KateChopin.org is Bernard Koloski (Mansfield University).
The associate editors are Anna Elfenbein (West Virginia University), Bonnie James Shaker (Kent State University at Geauga), and David Z. Wehner (Mount St. Mary’s University).
The editors of short story texts are Kathleen Butterly Nigro (University of Missouri–St. Louis) and Bernard Koloski.
The German page is edited by Heidi Podlasli-Labrenz (University of Bremen, Germany).
The Portuguese page is edited by Cido Rossi (São Paulo State University, Brazil).
The Spanish page is edited by Eulalia Piñero Gil (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain).
The scholarship listings are updated by Kelli P. O’Brien (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff).
The intern for 2018 is Joel Miller (Mansfield University).

Members of the website advisory committee include Thomas Bonner, Jr. (Xavier University of Louisiana), Barbara C. Ewell (Loyola University of New Orleans), Beth Jensen (Georgia State University Perimeter College), Kathleen Butterly Nigro (University of Missouri–St. Louis), Kelli O’Brien (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff), Kate O’Donoghue (Suffolk County Community College), Eulalia Piñero Gil (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain), and Emily Toth (Louisiana State University).

Information on the site that is not credited to an author, an association, or some other source was written by the editor.

Decisions about what to post are made by the editor, in consultation with the officers of the society and the website advisory committee.

Information on the site is copyrighted. You may quote from it under fair use guidelines.

You may not copy large pieces of this site for proprietary or for-profit uses.