Although she was born and raised in New Jersey, Kait has pale skin and can properly pronounce the word “coffee.” As a child, she won a few in-school poetry contests and decided that since she could not do math, writing was her career. She attended Fordham University at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, where she pursued her dreams by majoring in English with a minor in Creative Writing. Kait quickly became disenchanted with school, claiming that her creativity was being stifled by the long commutes and too many bagels. She hit rock bottom when she turned in a final paper on Jonathon Swift that cited him as “John Smith” throughout the entire paper. Realizing that she needed help, she did what many New Jersey folk do and went to the boardwalk. There she sought the assistance of a fortune telling machine named Zoltar and said, “I wish I were big.” When Kait magically became a grown up, she learned what a comma splice actually was and discovered that proofreading improves a writer’s skills. She soon applied to grad school and found herself in Denver, where she proudly represents the better side of the Garden State. She specializes in awkward conversations, Stephen King, and knitting.