Kathryn Trueblood’s latest novel, The Baby Lottery, is published by The Permanent Press of New York. Her first book, The Sperm Donor’s Daughter, received a Special Mention for the Pushcart Prize 2000. Trueblood has co-edited two anthologies of multicultural literature, The Before Columbus Foundation Fiction Anthology: Selections from the American Book Awards with Ishmael Reed and Shawn Wong (W.W. Norton, 1992); and Homeground, which won the Jurors’ Choice Award at Bumbershoot in 1996.
Her stories and articles have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Publishers Weekly, Seattle Weekly, Glimmer Train, The Seattle Review, The Cimarron Review, Zyzzyva, and others.
Trueblood has worked in editorial for both mainstream and small press publishers, from the adult trade division at Random House to the West Coast’s first feminist press, Shameless Hussy. Her qualifications include a B.A. in English from U.C. Berkeley, a certificate from the Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. She is an Associate Professor of English at Western Washington University.