Natalie Catasús

Natalie Catasús is a Miami-born poet, essayist, and editor. Her writing has appeared in Jai-Alai Magazine, Denver Quarterly, Art Practical, and Sightlines, and her collection of poems, Flight, is forthcoming from Volumes Volumes in 2017. Her current projects explore the legacy of the Cuban balsero phenomenon. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

An Introduction to Natalie Catasús by Cassandra Cleghorn

    A line from another of Natalie Catasús’s poems haunts me, “how soon body/will sidestep body.” Lately, I seem to spend my days alternating between passionate intensity and artful sidestepping. In the latter mode, I avert my eyes, weary of contact with haters and allies alike. In times of […]