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Kathryn Wehr is a scholar specializing in the religious drama of Dorothy L. Sayers and the editor of the recently-released 

The Man Born to be King, Wade Annotated Edition (IVP Academic, 2023).

She earned a PhD in Divinity at the Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts (University of St Andrews).  

She is the managing editor of Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, published by the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, USA.  One of her favorite parts of the job is to write the quarterly "Art Notes" article for Logos which keeps her studying great works of art.

Kathryn's broader interests include theology and the arts, spiritual formation, and church history. She has journal publications in LogosThe Journal of Inkling Studies, VII, The American Benedictine Review, Mount Carmel, Presence, Transpositions, Theology and Sexuality, and St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly.  See full list.

She is also a musician and songwriter with a recent album - And All the Marys - about women in the Gospels, and has a YouTube channel with videos on a variety of creative topics. 

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