Dini Karasik is a Mexican-American writer whose work has appeared in Crack the Spine, The Más Tequila Review, Red Savina Review, Kweli Journal, Zombie Logic Review, Sixers Review, Bartleby Snopes, Mary: A Journal of New Writing, Wild Quarterly, The Butter, Literal Magazine and Abundant Grace, the 7th volume in the Paycock Press series of anthologies of fiction by Washington, D.C.-area women, and is forthcoming in PANK. She is also the recipient of a 2016 Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Individual Artist Award.
Her short story “Amalia on the Border” was a finalist in the Texas Observer’s 2013 Short Story Contest judged by Dagoberto Gilb, and her piece “Elsa & Segundo” placed second in the Bethesda Magazine 2017 Short Story Contest.
To learn more, check out these interviews:
“Entrevista: An insightful reach into the writing of Dini Karasik,” LareDOS: A Journal of the Borderlands, May 10, 2017