Kat Lewis


An alchemist of semantics, Kat Lewis transmutes graphemes and phonemes into tales that chronicle human frailty. As an author of four novels and three feature length screenplays, she wrestles with the differences between monsters and humans. While studying Monster Literature as a visiting student at Oxford University's Worcester College, Lewis investigated the question of whether or not there is good and evil or only circumstance. When she isn’t writing or rewriting, Lewis directs short films and hosts free creative writing workshops. In 2016, Lewis graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Writing Seminars.


In and of Blood
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 22,780. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2017 by Weasel Press. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author, Fiction » Transgressional fiction
We’re all monsters. In In and of Blood, Kat Lewis uses beautifully violent language to prove that there is no good or evil – only circumstances. As her characters try to mitigate their immorality and point fingers to say that their monstrosity is no worse than others’, Lewis splays a truth about the human condition across each page.

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beat    lgbtq    marginalized voices    monster