Luke Blue

Course Title: Foundations of Creative Writing

Luke Dani Blue's short stories have appeared in The Colorado Review, Fourteen Hills and Midnight Breakfast and won the 2015 Nelligan Short Fiction Prize and the 2014 Wilner Short Story Award, among other honors. She holds an MFA from San Francisco State University and teaches creative writing in Southern California.

  • MFA in Creative Writing - Fiction, San Francisco State University
  • BA in Latin American Literature/Spanish, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington
  • CW302 Creative Reading, San Francisco State University
  • Writing the Trans* POV, PEN Center USA, Los Angeles, CA
  • Making Plot in Character-Driven Fiction, Writer's Ink, San Diego, CA
  • Close Encounters: Bringing Characters Together, Wayward Writers, Oakland, CA
  • “Destroyed Flowers Everywhere.” Writers’ Bloc. September 2015. Short Story.
  • “Bad Things That Happen To Girls.” The Colorado Review. November 2015. Short Story.
  • “Destroyed Flowers Everywhere.” Fourteen Hills. May 2015. Short Story.
  • “Conversation with Migueltzinta C. Solis.” Apogee Journal Blog. December 2014. Interview.
  • “The Invention of History.” Midnight Breakfast. July 2014. Short Story.
  • “Live Feed.” Slush Pile Magazine. July 2014. Short Story.
  • “Elegy for David Wojnarowicz.” Red Light Lit. November 2013. Poetry.
  • “Assignment of Blame.” Bluestem. June 2013. Short Story.
  • “The Disappearance.” The Stoneslide Corrective. January 2013. Short Story.
  • “Mama and the Thousand Wolves.” Hybrid Beasts, Red Lemonade Anthology. Spring 2012. Short Story.
  • “Machete as Noun and Verb.” RedLemona.de blog series: “Iterations of Identity.” Spring 2012. Essay.

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