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Catalina Bartlett

Catalina Bartlett’s fiction has appeared in Aster(ix) Journal and twice has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is currently at work on Comadres: Stories and a novel, When Fabiola Came Home. Her writing draws from her matrilineal family history and early life along the southern Colorado–northern New Mexico corridor. She teaches at Michigan State University.


“I am wearing a fake diamond ring. It cost ten dollars in quarters and lots of concentration.” A mother, her daughter, and her romantic rival try to outmaneuver one another.

Catalina Bartlett