Kate Stallworth has spent her life bouncing back and forth between Washington and Texas. In 2020, she earned a dual BA/BS from The Evergreen State College, with concentrations in creative fiction, genre studies, invertebrate zoology, and scientific illustration. She is currently pursuing an MFA in Fiction at Texas State University. A great lover of the graphic novel, Kate grew up on Bone (1991), Saga (2012), and of course, Calvin and Hobbes. She’s a huge fan of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror; her hobbies include video games, fiction podcasts, insect collecting, and cooking for her partner and family. Kate has been published in the Emerge anthology four times, and her work centers on queer and neurodivergent experiences.
What she’s looking for: Kate is always on the lookout for art that shows a narrative. Discovering new ways in which visual and literary art can blend together to create new means of expression is her primary goal at PHR. Any kind of 2-D or digital media goes!
Artists and Writers she admires: Bill Watterson, Jeff Smith, Fiona Staples, Vera Brosgol, Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Hannah Gadsby, and Ursula K. Le Guin.