Kathleen Alcalá

Kathleen Alcalá

Kathleen Alcalá (born 1954) is the author of a short-story collection and three novels set in the American Southwest and nineteenth-century Mexico and a collection of essays. She teaches creative writing at workshops and programs in Washington state and elsewhere, including Seattle University, the University of New Mexico and Richard Hugo House. Alcalá is also a co-founder of and contributing editor to The Raven Chronicles. A play based on her novel, Spirits of the Ordinary, was produced by The Miracle Theatre of Portland, Oregon. She served on the board of Richard Hugo House and the advisory boards of Con Tinta, Field’s End and the Centrum Writers Conference. She is the winner of several awards for her writing, including an Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship in 2007.


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Photo: Photo of author Kathleen Alcala taken by spouse, Wayne C. Roth in 1999. Photo source: Wikimedia Commons.

Edited by 2012-07-27 (Darkki)
Others non-spefi books (4)
2000  Treasures in Heaven
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1998  The Flower in the Skull
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1997  Spirits of the Ordinary
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1992  Mrs. Vargas and the Dead Naturalist
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