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Hello! I'm Cat, an author and actress from Georgia currently living in Kansas.


My work revolves around what it means to be human. I've released poetry, scifi/fantasy short stories, and a scifi novel - with more on the way! I'm the Social Media Coordinator for Kansas Authors Club District 6 and have worked closely with Nymeria Publishing, 5310 Publishing, Meadowlark Press, and Time Honored Productions.

For my day job, I am a freelance writer and editor. I love working to make sure that my clients have clear, clean, and consistent content for their brands, from books to blog posts to press releases and more. I'm an editor for SUPERJUMP Magazine, content manager for Doshi FCSA, and contributing writer for Laterpress. If you're interested in working with me, visit my Services page for a quote.

My other projects cover literature, theater, gaming (especially Dungeons and Dragons), and fan culture. You can find those on my blog, The Bookshelf, or on my Medium profile.



Cat Webling, a white woman with brown hair and red oversized glasses.
The night sky, full of stars. Image by Andy Holmes

The Void of Stars

Stars in their beauty only last a short time, and when their lives end, what's left is nothing more than a void. This collection explores the stars, supernovas, and voids left behind that shape us and change us as we live our lives.

An open notebook and a black felt-tip pen.

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Jim Potter—author of Deputy Jennings Meets the Amish

Whether you enjoy poetry, prose, or both, Cat Webling’s  anthology, For I am Fearless, is a reading pleasure. Her poetry feels more personal than the prose, but the essays are truly out of this world.

It must be fun for writer Webling to create stories where she tests the boundaries of humanity to see how people react to extreme situations.

My favorite hook for a sci-fi story now belongs to Webling. The first sentence? “She doesn’t know how she died.”

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