Kathryn Soper grew up in a D.C. suburb and spent her adolescence sneaking into punk nightclubs. When she headed to BYU in 1989 (following a series of unfortunate events) she vowed to remain unspoiled by campus culture, but had to recant after marrying her home teacher. She bore their first child a month after graduating with her BA in English, and didn't emerge from the domestic fray until she had five more children and a severe identity crisis. After founding Segullah in 2005, she had a baby with Down syndrome, published two anthologies and a memoir, became a T&S brat, and stopped covering her homemade tattoo with bandaids. She's disappointed that having her home sandwiched between two temples hasn't kept her toilets clean or cured her pathetic WordTwist addiction.
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