She is the editor-at-large at National Review Online, and taking just a quick glance at her curriculum vitae, you might be forgiven for thinking of Kathryn Jean Lopez as one of the busiest women in media:
An award-winning opinion journalist who has been praised for her “editorial daring,” Lopez is also a nationally syndicated columnist with Andrews McMeel Universal’s Newspaper Enterprise Association.
Besides commissioning, editing, and writing pieces as editor and editor-at-large of NRO for more than a decade, her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, The Human Life Review, First Things, and Stars and Stripes, and on the websites of the New York Times and CNN among other publications, internationally.
But wait, there’s more! When she’s not showing up on the air via PBS, EWTN, CNN and Vatican Radio, Kathryn, (also known as K-Lo) is showing up at universities and before august and distinguished bodies, to speak with conviction and verve on issues of faith and public life, feminism, the dignity of the human person and pretty much anything dominating the headlines. K-Lo is much respected, much honored and fully engaged. Clearly, if the woman is awake, she’s working.
Still, every girl needs a little spot to step out to — a place to let down her hair, spout off, talk about something else, or even just to tell a joke or two and then whisper up a prayer; she needs a blog to call her own!
Today it’s my distinct pleasure to announce that K-Lo has decided to cultivate just such a place, here at Patheos, and she’s calling it K-Lo at Large, a place for everything, and everything in its place.
Welcome, K-Lo! Can’t wait to see how your garden grows!
Ya’ll make sure you swing by and say howdy!