About

Kathy Prokhovnik’s day job is as a technical writer, project manager and editor.

Since becoming a full-time consultant in 2005 she has worked as a writer, project manager and editor on books, articles, newsletters, business reports, websites, user guides, publicity material, media releases, fact sheets, technical manuals, annual reports and grant submissions.

She is currently working on a couple of novels and a narrative non-fiction social history of Sydney. In 2022 she is excited to take up her place in the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers’ Centre Fellowship program. Her short stories have been winning competitions since 1988.

She has had stories published in the Newcastle Short Story Anthology 2020, The Blue Nib (FictionIssue 41 and The Write Life)We’ll stand in that place and other stories, M Cahill (ed), Margaret River Press, 2019, the Seizure ‘Flashers’ seriesCertifiable Truths, Jane Messer (ed), Allen & Unwin, 1998, and in MeanjinWesterly and Hecate.