Kate Hill Cantrill
Kate Hill Cantrill’s writing has appeared in a variety of literary publications, including StoryQuarterly, The Believer, Quick Fiction, Mississippi Review, Swink, Blackbird, Pindeldyboz, Diagram, Del Sol Review, Shallowfish, Smokelong Quarterly, Caffeine Destiny, 3rd bed, and others. She currently lives in Brooklyn where she is writing a novel and a chapbook of flash fiction.
Kate Hill Cantrill’s “This, About the Man I Met Out Here In Nearly Nowhere” appears in Caketrain Issue 06.
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