Catherine Cheek

Catherine "Kater" Cheek is a writer and artist.

Most commented posts

  1. “Emily’s Fifth Birthday” and “Alternative Medicine” — 16 comments
  2. Seeing Things, Part 1: The Big Idea — 10 comments
  3. Seeing Things, Part 8: First cover mockups — 10 comments
  4. Seeing Things, Part 11: paper books and cover design fallout — 9 comments
  5. First Stained Glass Panel — 8 comments

Author's posts

Feb 11

Please Stop Spying on Us

Dear Government, Your power arises from the consent of the governed, not from corporations who are too lazy to come up with a post-internet business model. We don’t like you spying on us. We especially don’t like you lying about it. It’s even more disgusting that you pretend that the whistleblower who outed your reprehensible …

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Feb 10

Aromatherapy Keyholes 3

  This is the last chunk of the aromatherapy pendants I made. I believe that the crown lacks a hole to string a necklace through, so ┬ámaybe I’ll use that for some other purpose. I sent some of these to my friend Sarah, who offered to help copyedit Changer’s Turf (my most recent novel). She …

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Feb 07

Autumn Gold Leaf Book

  I started this with a base of some autumnal-print calico. I love autumn. I love leaves, the colors of autumn, cool weather, everything. (It’s kind of ironic that I live in a city where we don’t have autumn.) I had a plastic stencil I bought at a wonderful craft boutique while on a trip …

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Feb 05

Changer’s Turf – Chapter Five

  New to the story?┬áS’okay–go here. Also, remember how I warned you there was some adult content in this? This chapter has some sexy-times. Just FYI if you’re the kind of person who gets shocked and embarrassed. Chapter Five     Joyce Albers made eye contact with Thomas as soon as she walked into the …

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Feb 03

Spoon Rest With Wing Sprig

  Ironically, I’e been coming up with soap-dish designs for a friend of mine who runs a soap company, but this pattern isn’t in the running. I made the basic form of this by extruding soft clay through a die. The die is shaped like a smiley-mouth with fangs. That’s the best way I can …

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