Nebraska Center for Writers
KATIE WUDEL

redball.gif Bibliography
redball.gif Selection
redball.gif Commentary
redball.gif Buy a Book
redball.gif Writers On-Line
Katie Wudel is a writer, educator, and arts advocate living in Manhattan. Her stories and essays have appeared in or are forthcoming in Tin House, Prairie Schooner, McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, Nerve.com, The Rumpus, Quick Fiction, Monkeybicycle, and many more magazines. Katie holds an MFA in creative writing from California College of the Arts, a BA in creative writing from Creighton University, and has taught creative writing at San Francisco's School of the Arts and the University of Nebraska — Omaha Writer's Workshop. Her piece "Tongueless" was listed among Wigleaf Magazine's Top [Very] Short Fictions of 2011. She has held residencies at the Hedgebrook residency for visionary women writers, the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, and the Summer Literary Seminars. She currently lives in Morningside Heights, Manhattan.


Return
to
The Rock

Nebraska Center for Writers