Editor and Copywriter
Kate’s first word was “journalist.”
Actually, her mom says it was “Iraq” and, from that moment on, resolved to watch the news at night. Iraq, coupled with about 300 other words, formed the infantile foundation for the vocabulary she would continue to build on for the rest of her life. As one of the world’s whopping enigmas, the stably-employed writer, she likes to think it’s become quite vast.
Lately though, she’s realized that words can be more than just part of a collection, but each a narrative for her life and others’. Yes, they hold the passion and intention of every person to whom they’ve belonged–even if used wrong. She was once told that each life can be boiled down to a single word. She hasn’t figured out what hers is yet, but thanks Iraq for giving her a start.