Kathryn Streeter is a full-time writer, mother and wife. Highly mobile, she’s moved 22 times in 26 years of marriage, living far-and-wide in places as diverse as Dubai, Germany and London. Thematically, her writing centers on people, places and all things family. Streeter’s essays have appeared in publications including The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Austin American-Statesman, Brain, Child Magazine, Literary Mama and Grown & Flown. Her creative nonfiction essay “Through The Sand: A Driving Lesson From Dubai” was a finalist in The Briar Cliff Review Creative Nonfiction Contest and published in Volume 26. She is contributing author of anthology “Feisty After 45: The Best Blogs From MidLife Women” and the collection “Once Upon An Expat.”

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As Seen On

Paste Magazine

The Week 


The Washington Post

Grown & Flown

Today Parenting Team

The Washington Post

Brain, Child 

Huffington Post

Scary Mommy | Club Mid

Feisty After 45: The Best Blogs From Midlife Women, an anthology

Literary Mama


Sammiches and Psych Meds 

The Good Men Project


elephant journal

Ten To Twenty Parenting

Story | Houston

Semaphore Magazine