Kate Garrett was born at the quietly mysterious junction of Midwestern and Appalachian Americana (aka southwestern Ohio), but moved to England in 1999. A lifelong devotee of all things dark and strange, she is also the founding editor of Three Drops from a Cauldron and Picaroon Poetry. Her own writing has been widely published online and in print, including in Prole, Rust + Moth, Blood Moon Rising, The Literary Hatchet, Hobo Camp Review, The Copperfield Review, cahoodaloodaling, Eternal Haunted Summer, Words Dance, and Dying Dahlia Review, and has been longlisted for a Saboteur Award and nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. Her most recent books include Deadly, Delicate (Picaroon Poetry, 2016), You’ve never seen a doomsday like it (Indigo Dreams Publishing, 2017), and Losing interest in the sound of petrichor (The Black Light Engine Room Press, 2018). Her next chapbook, Land and Sea and Turning, is forthcomig from CWP Collective Press in 2018. She has a BA (Hons) in Creative Writing from Sheffield Hallam University, and lives in Sheffield with her husband, five children, and a sleepy cat. For more information visit www.kategarrettwrites.co.uk.