Katelynn Carver is a writer, an artist, a comic nerd, and slightly obsessive about coffee and tea (you can have and love both, promise). She is a doctoral researcher at the University of St Andrews, working at the intersection of the humanities and the sciences with particular interests in process-relational thought, theopoetics, literary theory, meaning-making, non-traditional and secular spirituality, cultural studies, neuropsychology, mental health, and human violence in its perpetration, impact, and recovery.
She works extensively as an academic consultant, specializing in working with international and non-traditional students to provide guidance and support in the form of subject tutoring, admissions consultation, writing and essay coaching, and discernment counselling. She has served as an editor for a number of academic and literary publications, and writes and presents extensively worldwide.
She loves to cook, paint (particularly when it involves throwing it madly, Jackson Pollock-style), travel, and enjoy as much live music as possible. She also has a collection of Converse Chuck Taylors in nearly every colour in the rainbow, of which she is particularly proud.
(She’s also on Twitter, but is wicked bad at using it.)