Kathie Cram, authorKathie Cram is an emerging writer whose imagination was released after retirement. She loves her first story, 'If the Sky Could Dream', which she read at the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild 'Reading by the River' in July 2018. Another story, 'Roots and Wings' appears in the 2019 edition of The Society. A book review of Maude Barlow's Boiling Point will appear in the upcoming publication JustNews.

Cram is working on two other stories, 'From Ashes' and 'Shedding His Skin'. They are based on her experiences inBolivia in the late 1980s.

Cram is an alumnus of the Sage Hill Writers' Retreat 2018 and has recently completed classes in creative non-fiction and advanced writing at the University of Saskatchewan. Currently she is enrolled in an on-line course in writing at Athabasca University.

Cram is a member of the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild, the Saskatoon Writers' Collective, the Saskatoon Storytellers Guild and the Saskatoon Writers Club.