Published work

‘On Addressability’, Tolka issue 4, November 2022

‘Short takes on the prose poem’ from the folio twenty-eight short takes on the prose poem, periodicities: a journal of poetry and poetics, March 2022

The Chorus Frogs of Junktown’, Sprout issue 2, March 2022

‘Pasaje Estrella’ (text and photography), Hotel, December 2021

‘Riding with Baba Yaga’ (text and photography) The Art of Being Dangerous: Exploring Women and Danger through Creative Expression (Leuven University Press, May 2021)

Two poems, Touch the Donkey, issue 27, October 2020

‘Horse’ Structo 20, August 2020

‘This would once have been us’, Caught by the River. Text and photography commissioned by Greater Manchester Combined Authority during the Covid-19 pandemic, April 2020

‘Yet Also’ The Offing, April 2019

‘Pause Processional’ Train, February 2019

‘My oysters’  ONANIA, February 2019

‘Local Girl’ Train, Issue 3 (a prose poem special), January 2019

‘Port’  The Interpreter’s House, Vol 69, October 2018

‘You Simply Go’ The Letters Page, Vol 3, October 2018

‘Star dust’ LUNE Journal Issue 01: DISEASE, July 2018

‘Peach on the Beach’ Burning House Press, April 2018

‘How to Sharpen a Knife’  Hotel, January 2018

‘A Fine Day’  The Stinging Fly, Issue 37 Vol. 2, November 2017

‘Property Maintenance Record for 9 Victoria Terrace’  The Lonely Crowd, Issue 7, July 2017

‘Dear Shadow’, Words & Women: FourUnthank Books, May 2017; This essay was highly commended in the 2017 Words & Women national prose competition judged by author Naomi Wood, who called it ‘a highly original essay on post-partum psychosis.’

‘Back 40’  The Honest Ulsterman, February 2017  (selected for the Best of 2017 reading list at Banshee)

‘The Inspection of the Bear’ The Wild Hunt, February 2017

Riding with Baba Yaga’ The Dangerous Women Project, January 2017

‘Casting’ Entropy, December 2016

‘Lemons’ Banshee, September 2016

‘Going off-menu’  GRUB , June 2016

‘The problem with blackberries’   minor literature[s], March 2016

‘A Woman and Her Dogs‘  Tell Us a Story, February 2016

‘Good Drinks and Bad Company’ Litro, February 2016

‘Pickmere’   Caught by The River, October 2015 (essay reprinted in An Antidote to Indifference, CBTR’s print anthology of the year’s best writing for 2015)

‘Feral’, ‘The Bag’, ‘Laughing’ Neon, Issue 41, August 2015 (‘The Bag’ and ‘Laughing’ won the 2014 Flashtag Short Short Story Slam)

‘Longford’ MacGuffin (audio and text); this short story was commissioned by the Re/Place Project as part of Chorlton Arts Festival in May 2015

‘Max and Bird‘   Tapes and Tales podcast (audio), January 2015

‘Thornley Brow and Lampwick Lane’ and ‘A Rough Crossing’  Mostly Truthful: The Flax Anthology of Creative Nonfiction, 2009



Seven Questions for Kate FeldTouch the Donkey, November 2020

Meet the Writer: Kate Feld  –  Structo, September 2020 (video)

Artist drop-in: Kate Feld  – The Met, June 2020 (video)

An Interview with Kate Feld, Train Journal, May 2019

An Interview with Kate Feld, National Creative Writing Graduate Fair (video)

Hey Fat Roland podcast, September 2016 (audio)

Interview: Kate Feld Neon, February 2016

‘Life inside the new gig economy’ – Interview for The Observer Sunday Magazine. November 2015

The End of All Things podcast with Kate Feld and Abi Faro, October 2015 (audio)


Journalism/conversations and events/writing about writing

‘The value of artistic communities’, blog post for Manchester Independents, December 2021

In conversation with Tori Amos for Manchester Literature Festival, Oct 2020

‘Telling Stories’, blog post for Manchester citywide writing project Women’s Words, October 2017

‘On Writing ‘Property Maintenance Record for 9 Victoria Terrace’  The Lonely Crowd, July 2017; a craft essay accompanying my short story featured in the print edition of Issue 7

‘On developing your social media presence as a writer’, New Writing North 

‘On shyness, compromise and being a frontwoman’;  interview with musician Jane Weaver on Creative Tourist

“Twelve things you learn when you move to Manchester,’  Time Out Manchester

‘Summer arts calendar: Manchester’ The Guardian