I live in Tacoma, Washington, hold degrees in Poetry and English/Creative Writing from Oberlin College and U.C. Davis, and am a four time Seattle Independent Bookstore Day Champ. (Here’s a Vox.com interview with me and others about the glories of Bookstore Day.)

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Recently published work:

  • Playing Hooky From Work on the First Sunny Day in Months” — Gyroscope Review (17-4)
  • You Sit Down to Write” — Switched-on-Gutenberg (#24)
  • “Albrecht Durer Moves to Ilwaco, Washington” — Wa 129 Anthology
  • “Imperium in Imperio” — The Broken City (#17 Remotely Controlled)
  • “Muskoxen” and “Long Day” — FIELD #93 (online or print)
  • “Leaf Blower” — Human Journal (Issue 5, Crime Writing Special Issue)
  • “Filling Station (Rambo & Rimbaud, Proprietors)” + essay — The Operating System (2015 30-30-30 Series)
  • “The Vagabonds, Now Mortgage-Bound” —  Bellingham Review (#69)
  • A review of Jeffrey Bean’s Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window — Smartish Pace (2014)
  • “First Day in Sydney, 1992” — Literary Bohemian (#20)
  • “At the Bardot” — The Broken City (#13 Turn On, Tune In)
  • “Spider Plant Boulevard” — FIELD (#89)
  • “The Drunken Helicopter” — Beatdom (#13)
  • “Rambo’s Bohemia” — Beatdom (#11)

To get in touch please email catherinebullbooks at gmail dot com.