Well what do you want to know...
(What follows is a third person bio you know I wrote about myself. Suspend your disbelief.)
Kate Garrett is an incomprehensible being in very strange surroundings (just like you).
She's a writer, yes, but she is also a mama, a pagan witch still looking for her Buddha-nature, vegan, landscape wanderer, and history, horror, and folklore obsessive - with a day job as social media coordinator for a medieval church.
Her poetry, flash fiction, and non-fiction have been widely published online and in print, and she is the author of several books.
Most recently, her full-length collection, Sunward/Moonwise, was published by Impspired in June 2021.
Another chapbook, A View from the Phantasmagoria, was published in autumn 2020, and her time-hopping historical poetry novella Hart & Halfpenny was published by TwistiT Press in March 2021.
Kate has a BA (Hons) in Creative Writing (first class honours) from Sheffield Hallam University.
Her poetry has been nominated once for a Pushcart Prize, four times for Best of the Net, and The Density of Salt (Indigo Dreams Publishing, 2016) was longlisted for Best Pamphlet in the Saboteur Awards 2016. Her pamphlet You've never seen a doomsday like it (Indigo Dreams Publishing, 2017) was Poetry Kit book of the month for January 2018, and a Poetry Book Society Winter 2017 selection.
She is the founding editor of the online journals Three Drops from a Cauldron, Picaroon Poetry, Lonesome October Lit, and Bonnie's Crew (which are all on indefinite hiatus).
Kate is the Magical Editor for Mookychick magazine (which is also on indefinite hiatus), as well as a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids and the Tarot Association of the British Isles.
She makes things from old paper and reads tarot at The Folklore Faery (find her on Facebook and Etsy).
Kate was born in rural southern Ohio in 1980, but moved to the UK in 1999, where she still lives - down by the River Teme on the wild and wonderful Welsh border - with her husband, five children, cat, and an assortment of shrimps and fishes. Though wherever she goes in this world, she always inhabits a between place in her heart.