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Reviewed as part of ‘Loud Poets: To Infinity and Beyond!” at the Scottish Storytelling Centre. “Loud Poets: To Infinity and Beyond.” Brooke Stanish for The Student. 25 September 2018.

Appearance in the Process Productions mini-documentary “UniSlam | The UK National University Poetry Slam and Summit.” 12 June 2018.

Interviewed for Herald Magazine feature “Father’s Day: three People With Very Different Stories Talk About How Their Fathers Influenced Their Lives.” 9 June 2018, print & web publication.

Called for comment and cited in “Digital Verse: how do I love the… Let me count my Instagram followers.” The Herald, 18 March 2018.

Selected for Best Scottish Poems 2016 by Catherine Lockerbie for the Scottish Poetry Library.

Reviewed as part of the Loud Poets performance at Hidden Door 2017. “Hidden Door 2017 – Day 2” by Steven Fraser for The Wee Review. 29 May 2017.

Interview with Jess Orr for the Dangerous Women Project. 19 Feb 2017.

Interviewed for and featured in every episodes of the Process Productions mini-documentary series “Score Please.” Watch episodes: “Episode 1 – Welcome to the Slam,” “Episode 2 – All About Style,” “Episode 3 (Mini) – We’re Going Through Changes,” “Episode 4 – Judge Dread,” “Episode 5 – This Is For My People,” “Episode 6 – This Ain’t A Scene,” “Episode 7 – At Least It Was Here,” and “Episode 8 (Finale) – We’re Going To Regionals.”

Selected for Poem of the Day: Outwith by Katie Ailes. The Herald. 9 August 2016.

Reviewed as part of StAnza 2016. “Ear to the Ground: A Survey of StAnza 2016” in The Scores by Tristam Fane Saunders.

Amazing Babe: Katie Ailes. Interview by Sophie Pellegrini for Tigress Magazine for Girls. 13 Feb. 2016.

Reviewed as part of the Worldwide Reading for Ashraf Fayadh hosted by Scottish PEN. “Worldwide Reading for Ashraf Fayadh” by Jean Rafferty. Feb 4, 2016.

“Glasgow’s Clutha Bar hosts event for poet Ashraf Fayadh, facing execution in Saudi Arabia.” Robbie Armstrong. Jan 14, 2016. The National.

“Video: In dance and poetry, Katie Ailes ’14 tells a story about her childhood dance teacher.” Doug Hubley. Bates College website. 4 Dec. 2015.

Homing reviewed by Jade Mitchell in Words Dance.“Sway This Way: Homing by Katie Ailes | Review.” Oct 21, 2015.

Article by Jade Mitchell: “Scotland’s Slam Poets,” June 2015.

Review of Inky Fingers (3 Feb. 2015) in the Edinburgh Feminist Review.

 

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