Kathryn Mockler

Essays and creative work by Kathryn Mockler

What if you're the kind of kid who sticks a maxi pad to her bedroom wall and calls it art? Then you might be the kind of adult who writes a book like…
The Great Canadian Haiku Controversy: I won a poetry contest and the magazine's readership was not happy. I felt I was undeserving of the honour, and…
Understanding how my brain operates and how best to work with it has been game changing.
Why would anyone deliberately pay for a picture to be cut up into small pieces so they could put it back together?
That time I went to the grade six Halloween dance and thought I was invisible.
Excerpt from If I Die, Will You Die?
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