About

Kate Prudchenko’s short stories, poetry and essays have appeared in numerous literary journals, magazines, and anthologies in the US, UK, Canada and elsewhere, including the NeverEnding Story: English-Chinese Bilingual Haiku, Poetry24, London Literature Project, Contemporary Literary Review India, Magnolia Anthology for Socially Engaged Literature Volume II, Thresholds: Home of the International Short Story Forum, New Plains Review, The Nevada Review, Perhaps, Lost in Thought Magazine, the delinquent, and Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. She has a Master’s degree in English Literature & Writing from Western New Mexico University and lives in Los Angeles.

“Butterfly Dream: Space Haiku.” NeverEnding Story: English-Chinese Bilingual Haiku, July 20, 2013. Canada.

“For the Carcross Grizzly.” Poetry24, June 4, 2013. UK.

“Oedipa Mass and the Absurd,” Contemporary Literary Review India, April 2013, Online and Print. India.

“Like Fireflies,” London Literature Project, August 2012. Online. UK.

Audio of “The Other Mrs. Pfeiffer,” Word Play Sound, September 2012, Online. US.

“McKenna’s Black Range Tales: Chronicling Sixty Years of Life and Adventure in the Southwest,” Thresholds: Home of the International Short Story Forum, September 2012, Online. UK.

Missing.” Magnolia: A Journal of Women’s Socially Engaged Literature. Vol. 2 (2012): 55-63. Print. US.

The Other Mrs. Pfeiffer.” Lost in Thought Magazine 1 (2011): 8-11. Print. Canada.

The Silence of a Death.” The Nevada Review 3.1 (2011): 55-58. Print. US.

“Freight Hopper.” New Plains Review 11.2 (2011): 92-96. Print. US.

Please see Published Short Fiction for older publications.

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