Kath Whiting

Kath writes romance-infected short stories and microfiction. She has an MA in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of Winchester; a course which challenged and stretched her brain in different ways. Her work has been published by Paper Swans, Stories for Lip-Reading and The New Writer magazine. In 2020 she won a Funny Pearls 100-word competition and the Canary Wharf Short Story Competition with Where the Rats Can’t Get Me. She’s currently in an on-off relationship with a half-written novel. When she's not writing, Kath can be found drawing, dancing and enjoying the colour green, sometimes simultaneously. She sporadically blogs at http://kathwhiting.blogspot.co.uk


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Short Fiction

Where the Rats Can’t Get Me

I'm writing about the witch in the woods for my social history project. Ms. Titian said to interview an elderly relative but mine all died before I was born, so I'm doing the witch. James Suggs ... [+]