Casandra Lopez

Casandra Lopez

Casandra Lopez has published short fiction in the Packinghouse Review, Flyaway, the Potomac Review, the California Journal of Women Writers, Unmanned Press, and her work has been anthologized in the Best Small Fictions and Dimestories Anthology, among others. She is the author of the poetry collection Brother Bullet, (University of Arizona Press) and the chapbook Where Bullet Breaks (Sequoyah National Research Center), and her poetry has appeared in the Bellingham Review, NewBorder, Malpais Review, Hobart, Indian Country Today, Más Tequila Review, and the Hamilton Stone Review, among many others. She is a founder and managing editor of the literary journal As/Us: A Space for Women of the World, and she has taught for the University of New Mexico, Northwest Indian College, North Seattle Community College, and the Upward Bound programs at the University of Colorado at Boulder and California State University at San Bernardino. She holds a BS from Cornell University, an MA in Educational Counseling from the University of Redlands, and an MFA in Fiction from the University of New Mexico.