Author Archives: Kat G

About Kat G

Sci-fi author. Jazz aficionado, an all-around enjoyer of peace, quiet, beauty, and contemplation.

Let’s not forget

The importance of these things called boundaries. You may have heard me say this before, and if you’re unlucky, you may have experienced this on yourself: I’m not a person known to be forgiving. In fact, one of my go-to sayings … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Ken Levinson

  If you’re in contemporary jazz, then you probably heard of Ken Levinson before. You probably knew him on Facebook, or if you travel, you hung out with him and his wonderful wife, Robin, at many a show. What you don’t … Continue reading

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So the ‘deferment’ is over.

One of the biggest financial burdens of my generation is finally off my shoulders. But my feelings about it are mixed. Continue reading

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Here we go. Again.

Let me first open this post with this: I didn’t post about the AZ fest collapse last year on advice of many people, two of them my attorneys. We all decided to err on the side of caution, and considering … Continue reading

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Addendum

SJC has in fact pulled out a second sailing for 2018. You know what? Good! Yes, I am in fact glad to see it. Because this means that there is, in fact, sufficient demand and if enough people on waitlist … Continue reading

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We Need Another Wickersham Commission

A decade ago, I was in college studying criminal justice, because I wanted to be an attorney. Also, last year, when I was in college, I wanted to write my first sci-fi book, which ended up directly bringing me to … Continue reading

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The Coat Theory

Originally posted on Improvisations on Reality:
Revisiting this topic on the anniversary of Robin Williams’s passing. It’s taken me quite a long while to get this post together, so please bear with me. At the time I wrote the original piece,…

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