Calla Devlin’s work has appeared in anthologies and literary journals, including The MacGuffin Watchword, Five Fingers Review, Visions, Square Lake, Wilderness House Literary Review, Work: A literary Journal, The Burnside Reader, among others. Her story “Borderlines” won honorable mention as one of the year’s most notable publications in Dave Egger’s Best American Nonrequired Reading 2003 and her story “Bird’s Milk” was a finalist in Glimmer Train’s 2009 fiction competition. She was included in two anthologies, Lost on Purpose: Women in the City and Because I Love Her: 34 Women Writers Reflect on the Mother-Daughter Bond, for which she was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle. Currently, she is at work on a novel.
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