I’m Katie Fustich. I am a writer, artist, and J.D. After 10 years in New York City, I am now based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

My written work focuses on pop culture, gender, and technology. My editorial work has appeared in New York Magazine, Salon, Jezebel and more. I have interned, freelanced, and worked for publications like BUST Magazine, Bustle, Brit + Co., and Built In New York (and I am now only realizing the powerful “B” theme).

Other past projects include the writing and development of Gamergate: The Game, illustrating the children’s book “Ready Freddy Goes to School” for the University of Pittsburgh’s Early Head Start Program, and presenting on digitally archiving queer history at WikiConference North America. Most recently, I had the absolute joy of partnering with the ACLU of Idaho to develop and write Your Rights on the Inside: A Handbook for Incarcerated Idahoans, a graphic novel centering on the rights of incarcerated people.

You can find more clips of my written work here. I also self-published an essay collection in 2018, which you can read here. I maintain a semi-regular blog on Medium, which you can check out here.

I am also active on Twitter, GoodReads, and Ravelry.

I am available for freelance work, speaking engagements, and other opportunities. You can contact me here.