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. 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.

She is also the editor of Origins Literary Journal and founder of The Writer’s Loft of Kensington.

To learn more, check out this interview on Jen Givhan’s Red Mother Sun.