Before four years ago, November was just Thanksgiving month, the month before Christmas, the month the leaves fell and the weather grew colder, it was the month of scarves and boots and warm drinks. Now, it’s the month my sister was murdered. It’s the coldest month of the year, the month long sadness parade in… Continue reading This Dreaded Month
As some of you may know, I sometimes blog about my son, Kaden. I have recently received some comments from individuals seeking to know more about him and my experience. So here, I have given a more detailed account of my journey. For those of you who don’t know, Kaden is developmentally delayed. What does… Continue reading Hard Decisions & Soft Hearts
August 1st, I will be releasing “This is How I Die”. It is a 220 page collection that includes collected poems from Mad Woman, Anchors & Vacancies, and Redamancy plus most of Throes. It also includes a handful of new and never previously published poems plus 13 sketches I personally drew exclusively for the book.… Continue reading “This is How I Die” Release
I occasionally receives requests for interviews for various blogs and I love doing them! Here’s a link to the latest one with Antoine. He had such great questions. Any blogger out there, feel free to inquire about interviews or features! I love them!
I’ve updated my “Books” page to show you the new projects I’m working on! Plus, my new online store is up and running. Visit it here http://www.thekatsavageshop.com or hit the “shop” link in my top bar. I’ve got new postcards and listings all the time! Put it in your favorites. My co-authored project with J.R.… Continue reading Things Are Happening!
Yesterday my son Kaden was officially diagnosed with ADHD. This morning I gave him his first dose of medication. I took comfort in the fact that when speaking to the doctor yesterday his words were “I don’t want a zombie, I want the same kid, the same Kaden, just a calmer Kaden, a Kaden more… Continue reading My Son & His Diagnosis
Today is strange for me. Naturally, as a mother myself, my children wanted to be nice. My daughter helped my dad make me breakfast in bed and she made me cards and pictures. She made me something at school and gave it to me. She was very excited to be nice to me. My boyfriend… Continue reading Mother’s Day Without A Mother