Katie Moulton is a writer, editor and music critic. She is currently a Tulsa Artist Fellow, working on a book of creative nonfiction.
Her essays, stories, poems and articles appear or are forthcoming in Tin House, Catapult, Boulevard, Bitch Magazine, Consequence of Sound, Denver Post, The Journal, Ninth Letter, Post Road, Quarterly West, Village Voice, and elsewhere. Winner of the Devil's Lake Driftless Prize in fiction, her work has been supported by fellowships and awards from the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, Djerassi, Hub City Writers Project, Jentel Foundation, OMI International Arts Center, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Indiana University, where she earned her MFA and was the editor of Indiana Review.
She has been a culture journalist for Voice Media Group newspapers since 2009, and was the Music Editor of Westword in Denver. She's worked as a radio DJ, festival organizer, venue manager, and literary editor.
Born and raised in St. Louis, she splits her time between Baltimore and Tulsa. Her go-to karaoke jam is "Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger.