Katie Goh is a writer and journalist. She has written for a number of publications including i-D, VICE, the Guardian, the Independent, Huck, Sight & Sound and gal-dem. In 2021, Katie’s essay published in Extra Teeth was shortlisted for the inaugural Anne Brown Prize organised by BBC Scotland and Wigtown Book Festival. She is a member of the UK Film Critics’ Circle, co-hosts a monthly radio show on EHFM and was shortlisted for PPA Scotland’s Young Journalist of the Year in 2019. Her first book of short form non-fiction, The End: Surviving the World Through Imagined Disasters, was published by 404 Ink in 2021. Katie was raised in the north of Ireland and currently lives in Edinburgh.