There are many Caitlin Campbells. This one:

Writes fiction

Lives in Brooklyn

Likes cemeteries, magical thinking, and grammar



“A Brief Chronicle of Jeff and his Role in what is Colloquially Known as ‘The End of Civilization’”– Carolina Quarterly 64.2

“The Miracles of LaGuardia Airport (Delta Terminal)”— Weird Tales 361

“Funeral Games”—The Berkeley Fiction Review 31

“Wrapped”– Not One of Us

Honesty Spree”– The Jersey Devil Press

“The Recital”- Podium

"Ways This Flight Might Yet Be the Death of Me"- McSweeney's Internet Tendency (as Cate Carlson)


honors, awards, and education

Winner of the 2017 Boulevard Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers

Runner up in the End is Nigh Fiction Contest-- Judge Jim Shepard: the story "deploys its intricate intelligence with such ingenuity that it transcends its archness and lurches into the realm of the disquieting."

Reading with Fiction Addiction

MFA- Brooklyn College, BA- Columbia University

University of Edinburgh Lewis Edwards Memorial Prize for a short story



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