Catt Foy has been a professional freelance writer since 1981 and a psychic counselor and astrologer since 1978. She returned to college at age 45 and has since completed her BA and MA in English and earned a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing.
Since moving to Eugene in 2013, she has completed a shamanic apprenticeship, and provides services and products at various art and psychic fairs in western Oregon, primarily the Willamette Valley.
Catt is the Queen of the Psycards, and the author of Psycards--A New Alternative to Tarot, and a new updated version Psycards: An Oracle of Archetypes. She is also the author of Bartleby: A Scrivener's Tale, Rune Stones and Their Interpretations, with other books in the pipeline.
Experience and work in the metaphysical field.
Psycards: An Oracle of Archetypes, 2019
The link below will take you to my updated 2020 resume.
Catt and her husband, along with two cats, Rocky and Sassy, lived in a 1986 Ford Honey RV, and spent 18 months traveling the western U.S. before deciding to put down roots in Eugene, Oregon in 2013.
Catt was an AmericorpsVISTA volunteer with the American Red Cross in 2001 and was a disaster responder to New York City following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. She served another stint with Americorps at the Vanderveer Botanical Conservatory in Davenport, Iowa, while attending college at St. Ambrose University. She graduated Western Illinois University in 2008 with an MA in English (writing emphasis), and a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from Spalding University's low-residency program in Louisville, Kentucky in 2013.
Catt's other interests include social justice, sustainable living, organic agriculture, ancient history, archaeology, anthropology, indigenous spirituality, shamanism and comparative religions. She remembers past lives, converses with spirits, detects ghosts, and hosts fairies in her wild organic garden.
Catt has lived in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Florida, upstate New York, Illinois, Texas, Arizona, Iowa, and now Oregon. Her favorite travels include the Ecuadorian highlands in the Andes, a month-long journey through Colorado, a spiritual journey in Montana, and sacred places of all kinds.