Catalina Bartlett’s fiction has appeared in Asteri(ix) Journal, is forthcoming in Boston Review, and twice has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is the recipient of a Ledig House Fellowship and an artist residency at Prairie Center for the Arts.
Catalina currently is at work on Comadres: Stories, a novel entitled When Fabiola Came Home, and My Mother, the Plagiarist: Poems. These draw from her matrilineal family history and early life along the southern Colorado-northern New Mexico corridor. She lives in Lansing, Michigan and teaches at Michigan State University.