Below is a list of spaces where my non-academic writing has been published, as well as spaces where I have been interviewed.


May 8th, 2023: They don’t know how to fight for this, co-written with griffin epstein. Briarpatch Magazine. “In year four of the COVID-19 pandemic, will unions fight for workers’ right not to get sick on the job?”

July 2022: ‘We will behave calmly and carefully’: On the perils of strategic pacifism at the end of the world. Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action. Book review of How to Blow Up a Pipeline by Andreas Malm.

May 26th, 2022: Indispensable. Midnight Sun Magazine. “Kate Klein on a subtle source of activist burnout and what can be done about it.”

August 4th, 2021: Unsealing the echo chamber. Midnight Sun Magazine. “Kate Klein on tactics and strategies for mining justice organizing in the COVID-19 era, when corporations are increasingly using digital technology to stifle dissent.”

March 20th, 2012: Are you willing to let the work transform you? Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action. Book review of The Revolution Starts At Home, edited by Ching-In Chen, Jai Dulani, and Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha.

Audio Interviews

May 1, 2023: Disability justice, labour, and the Left. Unpacking the News: Harbinger Media Network. “On this episode social service work educator Griffin Epstein and trauma-informed adult educator Kate Klein discuss disability justice as a lens for organizing collective safety in the labour movement and what the Left risks by erasing or “moving on” from COVID”

February 7, 2022: Northern Ontario’s Ring of Fire. From Embers Podcast. “A conversation with two members of Friends of the Attawapiskat River about the Ring of Fire mining project and what’s at stake.”

2021: What if anarchists ran the world? An audio documentary. Gabe Oatley. “In this audio documentary, I speak with six experienced activists from across Canada. Their commentary sheds light on one powerful tool of anarchist organizing — consensus-based decision-making — and what it could offer our cities.”

August 18, 2019: Playful rebellion: When and how is humour a useful tactic? From Embers Podcast. “Mostly, we discuss the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network’s use of drama and comedy in their campaigns, and discuss a recent workshop that Kate and another member gave on “humour as an activist tactic.””