Catalina Marie Cantú

Catalina Marie Cantú, of Mexican/Madeiran heritage, writes essays, poetry, and prose inspired by her experiences in social justice, domestic relationships, and economic survival. She earned her BA in La Raza Studies, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Washington. Her poetry has been published in La Bloga, Poetry on Buses, and Raven Chronicles. She received scholarships from Port Townsend Writers’ Conference, Artist Trust EDGE Professional Literary Development Program, and Richard Hugo House. Catalina is a member and former chair of Los Norteños, NW Latino Writers Group, and a co-founding member of La Sala, a Latinx artist network.

2017 Writers Program

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    Shoes - Catalina Marie Cantú