Caroline M. Mar
Carrie lives, writes, and teaches high school in her hometown of San Francisco. A graduate of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College and an alumna of the Voices at VONA workshop, her writing appears or is forthcoming in Nimrod, Four Way Review, Gulf Coast, New England Review, and others. Her current manuscript was a semi-finalist for the St. Lawrence Book Award from Black Lawrence Press.
"Special Education: Auditory Processing Deficit" and "Because about 66% of students receiving special education services are boys, and in our school’s self-contained SpEd classrooms that number increases to about 99%,” Cimarron Review Issues 199/200/201 (Spring/Summer/Fall 2017): 291-292 (print only)
"After the Pulse Orlando Shooting, My Wife Asks if We Can Eat at Chick-Fil-A," New England Review Vol. 38 No. 3 (2017): 42
"Body" and "Death of the Immigrant Language," Nimrod Vol. 59 No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2016): 102-106 (print only)
"How I Got Them," RiverLit 5, 2.1 (2012): 24-25 (print only)
"Emotional Disturbance," RiverLit Blog (2012)
REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, & OTHER PUBLICATIONS
"A Body Can Revise: A Review of Elizabeth Lyons's The Blessing of Dark Water," Gulf Coast Vol. 29 Iss. 2 (Summer/Fall 2017): 305-308. (print only)
Interview on major-minor, a platform for queer and trans people of color to be seen, heard, and celebrated.
Guest on "The Mixed Experience" podcast by Heidi Durrow, Season 2 Episode 26: "Mixed and Irish."