Kassi Underwood is the author of the memoir May Cause Love (HarperCollins, 2017). She is a coach for women who find themselves at a turning point in life. A student at Harvard Divinity School, she hosts the YouTube series, Spiritually Blonde.
Kassi is also a public speaker who has appeared live on MSNBC and NPR. She taught writing at Columbia University and her work has been featured in The New York Times “Modern Love” column and podcast, The Atlantic Monthly digital, Women's Health, Best Self, Bust, The Rumpus, New York Magazine, and many more.
Excerpts of May Cause Love:
"A Lost Child, but Not Mine," New York Times "Modern Love" column
"I Had An Abortion at Age 19 and It Changed My Entire Outlook On Life," Women's Health Magazine
"An Unexpected Journey After Abortion," Harvard Divinity School
"This woman’s abortion story will challenge your beliefs – no matter what they are," Jonathan Merritt's "On Faith and Culture" column for Religion News Services
Actor Betty Gilpin of Netflix's GLOW reads "A Lost Child, but Not Mine" on the New York Times "Modern Love" podcast, followed by an interview with Kassi
Interview, Good Grief with Cheryl Jones (podcast)
"I wanted to be able to tell my own story," The Abortion Diary Podcast