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Katherine Fischer

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Katherine Fischer(born September 28, 1983) is an American writer. She began her career as a script editor for the U.S. TV network Pop TV after graduating from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in English in 2005. She later became a production assistant for Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. for the film Whip It.

Katherine Fischer
Katherine Fischer
BornSeptember 28, 1983
Atlanta, Georgia
Pen nameKat Fischer
Occupation
  • Author
  • Production Assistant
  • Copy Editor
NationalityAmerican
Alma materUniversity of Michigan (2005, BA)
Genre
  • Erotic Romance
  • Adult Fiction
  • Fantasy
Notable worksUntamable Love series
Years active2013-present
Children1
Website
booksbykatherinefischer.weebly.com

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Fischer first gained media attention after her court case with Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. arose. In 2012, she filed a lawsuit against the company for copyright infringement after the movie What to Expect When You’re Expecting was released. After months of dispute, Fischer dropped the suit due to lack of resources and insufficient evidence. She was immediately fired from the company.

In recent years, Fischer has grown a small online presence as a writer. After getting fired from Lionsgate Entertainment Corp., she moved to New York City where she began to publish short stories on Amazon. She has published several books, including The Wolf that Loved Me,[1] The Horse that Rode with Me[2], and The Dolphin that Swam with Me[3].

Early life[edit]

Fischer was born on September 28, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia.

She attended Northview High School, a public school in Johns Creek, Georgia. In 2005, she graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in English with a focus in creative writing.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Katherine Fischer is a single mother. Fischer gave birth to her first child, Sam Fischer, on October 11, 2007.

Career[edit]

2005-2012 Early Career[edit]

After graduating from the University of Michigan, Fischer moved to Los Angeles where she began working as a script editor for Pop TV. In 2008, she got a job as a production assistant, and temporarily relocated to Michigan to work on the 2009 film, Whip It. She would also later work as a production assistant on The Spy Next Door (2010), Abduction (2011), and LOL (2012).

In August 2012, Fischer became subject to widespread media attention after posting various claims online that the screenwriter for the movie, Shauna Cross, stole Fischer's screenplay narrative. She claimed that her screenplay was used as one of the storylines in the movie What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Both Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. and Cross denied the allegations.

Fischer interview for Splice Ent.

2013-present[edit]

In November 2018, Splice released a mini documentary with Fischer. The documentary interviewed Fischer about the trial of Fischer and Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. It focuses on Fischer's side of the story and her current life as a writer.

Fischer is now a writer based in New York City. She has published several books on Amazon, including The Wolf that Loved Me, The Horse that Rode with Me, and The Dolphin that Swam with Me. She has announced that she is currently working on the next book in the series, The Bears that Loved Us.[5]

References[edit]

  1. "The Wolf that Loved Me". KATHERINE FISCHER. Retrieved 2018-11-07.
  2. "The Horse that Rode with Me". KATHERINE FISCHER. Retrieved 2018-11-07.
  3. "The Dolphin that Swam with Me". KATHERINE FISCHER. Retrieved 2018-11-07.
  4. "Katherine Fischer Linkedin". LinkedIn.
  5. "Katherine Fischer Announce the Bear that Loved Us". Twitter.


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