WHO I AM
Kate E. MacNeill is a writer and designer currently based in Peterborough, Ontario. She is also a performer and arts organizer with some frequency.
Born in southern Manitoba, Kate spent her youth traversing the stretch of the TransCanada highway between Brandon and Winnipeg. A high school dropout, teenage runaway, and insatiable reader, she eventually convinced the higher education system that it was where she belonged.
She is currently finishing her undergraduate degree in Literature & Environment on the Otonabee River at Trent University, while plotting for graduate studies elsewhere.
Research interests include: Contemporary Canadian fiction & poetry, history of literary theory, (Post)Modernism in Canada, Canadian environmental history, narrative theory, trauma theory, critical bioregionalism, postcolonial ecocriticism, decolonization, feminisms & psychoanalysis, land use policy, prairies & oceans, animals & cyborgs, memory & hauntings.
She mostly writes about love, loss, art, sex, punk rock, and geography.
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