Kathy Conde

Superior, CO 80027

Author's Bio

Kathy Conde is currently working on a novel and polishing a short story collection. She holds an MFA from Naropa University and is past fiction editor for Bombay Gin, Naropa’s literary magazine. She lives in Colorado with her husband and son. Please visit her website and see some of her work at www.kathyconde.com.

Publications and Prizes


New Poets of the American West
(Many Voices Press,


Word Riot
Underground Voices
Appalachian Heritage
Calapooya Collage
Poetry East
Piedmont Literary Review
The Lyric
Atlanta Review
Pearl Magazine
Skylark Magazine
Winner of the Crab Orchard Review Jack Dyer Fiction Prize 2014, Second place winner in Munster's Seán Ó Faoláin Short Story Competition, Honorable Mentions for both fiction and creative non-fiction in the 2013 Salem International Literary Awards, Winner of the 2011 Rick DeMarinis Short Story Award, Runner Up in Good Housekeeping's 2011-2012 Fiction Contest, Finalist for awards at Glimmer Train, New Letters, New Millennium, and Blue Mesa Review, Semifinalist in Crab Orchard Poetry Series and Iowa Short Fiction Award

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Listing last updated: September 13, 2014.

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