Kat Good-Schiff received her MFA in writing from Goddard College, and her poems and short prose have been published in various journals. She has also collaborated with visual artists on collage books, installations, and greeting cards. She edited Goddard's Pitkin Review and several non-profit newsletters, was an editorial assistant at Quale Press, and currently earns her living as a technical writer for a health communications company.
Born in Maine with a sojourn in New York City, Kat mostly grew up in the ecotone between country and city outside of Philadelphia, a landscape of contrasts that shaped her consciousness and caused her to appreciate the cultural and natural heritage of New England.
Dragon's Meow got its name from two of Kat's favorite books that her dad read to her as a child, which were both about powerful, benevolent dragons that come to aid of people in need. Kat also maintains the less wordy but more amusing blog Signs Along the Way.
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