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Kathleen Glassburn
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Kathleen Glassburn is the author three novels, all part of the Santa Fe Trilogy: A New Plateau, Ridin’ High and Going Back Home. Her work has been published in Amarillo Bay, Blue Lake Review, Cactus Heart Press, Cadillac Cicatrix, Cairn, Crucible, Epiphany Magazine, Imitation Fruit, Lullwater Review, Marco Polo Quarterly, Rio Grande Review, RiverSedge, SLAB, The Talon Mag, Wild Violet, and several other journals. Her story, Picnics, was a finalist in Glimmer Train’s Best Start contest. She is Managing Editor of The Writer’s Workshop Review. Kathleen graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in English, and went on to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. She currently resides in Edmonds, Washington with her husband, three dogs, two cats, and a 45-year-old turtle. When not writing or reading, she likes to play the piano and horseback ride. Her latest novel is titled Making It Work. For more information, please visit

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