“The universe is composed of stories, not atoms”
I’m Kat - a published writer and creator based out of Vancouver, Canada. I am easily inspired, easily distracted, and easily convinced to start dancing at any given moment.
I have been told I have a way with words,
but I think words have a way with me.
They have a way of getting under my skin, going around in my head, and itching my fingertips until I get them out on paper. I vividly remember learning many new words; wedged in the backseat of the family minivan when my mother spoke of paraphernalia, or curled up in a square of sunlight when Anne of Green Gables introduced me to alacrity. For as long as I can remember, words have been my dearest - albeit most demanding - friends.
So welcome to my giant word-stew.
Here you’ll find my articles, ramblings, and poetry, which are all imbued with my signature scent - raw and invasive honesty.
So. Please indulge.
And when you do, don’t be afraid to reach out! Be it an opportunity to work together, or just a chance to make a new friend, I’d truly love to hear from you.
Katrina Martin is a published writer and English Literature student at the University of British Columbia. Katrina’s work has been published by The Garden Statuary, Love is Moving Magazine, The Matador Network, and more. Her article “Don’t Ask Me How My Trip Was” received over 100k views within the first month, and continues to receive attention. Katrina is passionate about the power of the written word, and dreams of one day publishing a book of her own.