WARNING! 

It's only fair to warn you: Here lives a certain femme fatale trapped in the mind of a writer with an overactive imagination.  Said writer happens to be a curious, open-minded humanist. This will be a place for her random musings. Kind of like a blog, but the cool kids call it Substack these days.

You can expect to see random little essays on topics ranging from censorship, how to have better conversations and word misappropriation to whimsical thoughts about losing imaginary friends and insomnia. Anything goes. Here, there’s no left, right, or middle. Just thoughts. And everyone’s welcome to be part of the conversation—in fact, it’s encouraged.

So is feedback or suggestions for future topics to tackle: mysteriouskat@protonmail.com

But if you're after the straight facts about Katherine...

The person in question happens to be a writer. She has been a correspondent for Variety for over a decade and has also contributed to publications such as: The Washington PostWIRED, The GuardianEsquireNewsweekPlayboy Magazine (yes, the one you read for the articles!), MashableEntertainment WeeklyUSA WeekendNew York Magazine's VultureElle CanadaCNN TravelThe Independent (UK)A.V. ClubFlareTime OutDelta Sky MagazineComplexNylonCanadian TravellerUSA Today, and many others.  As a journalist, she has mostly covered film/TV, culture, business, travel, tech, and...espionage.

For her stories, Katherine has had a chance to interview a diverse range of 'intriguing' personalities, including Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, Tony, Pulitzer, and Nobel Prize winners and nominees. Some of these include Dame Judi Dench, James Franco, Michael Douglas, Jeffrey Rush, Richard Dreyfuss, Sam Rockwell, Melissa Leo, Sir Ian McKellen, Willem Dafoe, Alan Cumming, Tony Kushner, John Patrick Shanley, Kevin Kline, Emily BluntJosh Brolin, Ethan Hawke, Catherine Keener, Simon Pegg, Josh Hutcherson, Tom Hiddleston, Dick Van Dyke, Rob & Carl Reiner, Kate Winslet, and even the Dalai Lama – just to ‘name drop’ a few.

She also hosts a podcast: Mind the Future, which features guests from the world of art, science, and technology— asking them to predict how what they do and love will look like as we fast-forward into the future.

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