Katrina Grigg-Saito's essay adventures have appeared or will appear in: the short story anthology Tomo, the essay anthology The Chalk Circle, two National Geographic anthologies, the Christian Science Monitor, NPR, CNN-go, The Japan Times, Skirt Magazine, Metropolis Magazine, and Tokyo Art Beat. .After living in Tokyo and working for two years as a producer and on-camera television journalist for NHK-World, she started her life as a global-nomad-writer, falling in love with alarming regularity at http://beinginlovethere.com.
Her essay "The Original Feminist" appeared in the December 2010 issue of The Drum. Her flash fiction children's story "Isaura and the Lions" is part of The Drum's Books, Actually project for the 2012 Boston Book Festival, available on the Moveable Feast app. And her essay "Assailing Otherness," from the collection The Chalk Circle (edited by Drum contributor Tara Masih), appears in the November 2012 issue of The Drum.