An avid writer all her life, Kara loves the art of writing and has written about a variety of topics in many different styles. As a hobby, she writes poetry and short stories and is currently working on a short novel. Published in 2011 in The Ignatian Literary Magazine, Kara's short story entitled "The Hat" combined poetry and prose in a metaphoric explanation of a troubled relationship. In addition to her non-fiction aspirations, she also loves to write essays, articles, and blog posts regarding contemporary social, political, and religious issues. While these are her focuses, she is not limited to these issues and is open to the experience of writing about any topic. She sees writing as an opportunity to stay curious about the world, as a tool to fuel her intellectual pursuits, and as a method to help others understand difficult issues. This is evident in her 85-page Honors Thesis, Still Exploring: An Ethnographic Look at the Berkeley Zen Center and its Wednesday Night Drop-In Group, which she wrote in her last year at U.C. Berkeley.
Editing, Researching, Interviewing
Psychology, Anthropology, Religious Studies, Traveling, Publishing, Editing
Honors and Awards
Projects by Industry
Projects by Asset Type
Projects By Expertise
Samples are visible to logged in clients. It's free to get started and view this writer's full profile.
Reviews are visible to logged in clients. It's free to get started and view this writer's full profile.
Endorsements are visible to logged in clients. It's free to get started and view this writer's full profile.