When Kat Devitt isn’t editing for Bold + Italic, she writes short stories. With an ability to craft a story in such a way it not only proves a pleasure to read but also forms a page turning plot, it’s easy to see why her work’s sought after by publications.
A quick browse of her website shows she’s a busy author celebrated for her ability to write compelling fiction. Her impressive portfolio lists both upcoming and published material, and her blog features a variety of topics with an emphasis on the Victorian era.
The last years of the nineteenth century was a time in which society’s gentry had their morals challenged by science and technology. A final crushing blow came from the feminist movement taking flight from what would, in time, become the Flapper Movement of Scott Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age. Kat does an extraordinary job of capturing the sentiments of the late nineteenth century by focusing on the psychologies of those who lived it.
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