New Welsh Review (online)
In 2015 Katya Johnson was awarded the title Blogger in Residence for The New Welsh Review
- Folk, Tuplet and a Mighty Wind, review of contemporary dance triptych by the National Dance Company Wales
- Walking in Coleridge’s Footsteps: From Pandy to Hay, a review of this haptic learning experience at Hay Literary Festival
- Scratch Night at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, review of this night of experimental student performance
- Songs for the Way Home at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, review of Helen Chadwick’s work of song-theatre
- The Tailor of Inverness at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, a moving and powerful dramatisation of how twentieth-century European history can be literally re-written; Issue 110
- Shadow of a Quiet Society at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Gwen Emberton’s avant-gardist modern dance company embodies poetic reflections on aspects of Welsh community and national identity; Issue 110
- Words & Words & Words, December, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Issue 110, review of new innovative and multi-modal performance night featuring spoken word, poetry and performance
- Clare Woods: A Tree A Rock A Cloud, reviewing the sculpted work of contemporary landscape & conceptual artist Clare Woods; Issue 109.
- “The Secret Workings of Nature”: Robert Hooke & Early Science, appraisal of the exhibition hosted by the National Library of Wales; Issue 109.
- “Wilde Without the Boy” at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, commentary on play performed by soloist Gerard Logan; Issue 109.
- Words & Words & Words, review of new innovative and multi-modal performance night featuring spoken word, poetry and performance
New Welsh Review (print)
- The Art of David Jones: Vision & Memory, a book review, Issue 110
Ego Magazine (print)
In June 2015 Katya Johnson was named co-editor of this Ceredigion-based magazine
- ‘The Art of Time’: Interview with Clock maker Tom Parry, December Issue, 2015 (2016-12-05-09-41-09-1)
- Review of Hollow: Art Installation by Jenny Hall, June Issue, 2015 (jenny_hall_mining_for_gold)
- Interview with Amy Perkins: Winner of 2015 Turner Prize for the architectural initiative Assemble, March Issue, 2015, (Interview_Amy_Perkins_Ego_Magazine_March_2016)
- Review of Stranded: Installation Art by Ackroyd & Harvey, December Issue 2015 (Stranded_Ego_Magazine_December_Issue)