Rosaleen Bertolino's fiction has most recently appeared in New England Review, Vassar Review, Storyscape, and Blood & Bourbon, and is forthcoming in failbetter and several anthologies. Born and raised just north of San Francisco, she now lives in Mexico, where she is a founder and host of Prose Cafe, a monthly reading series based in San Miguel de Allende. She has just completed a collection of short stories and is at work on another.
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