Casey Lefante

Casey Lefante

Casey Lefante earned her MFA from the Creative Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans, where she also taught freshman composition and ESL for two years. Her work has been published in Third Coast, Zone 3, Slush Pile, The Atlantis Now, and The Burlesque Press Variety Show, as well as in the anthology Monday Nights. In 2011, she was short-listed for the William Faulkner novel-in-progress award, and she is currently at work on a novel. She lives, writes, and teaches in New Orleans.

Casey Lefante

Keeping the Work of Literature Alive

Kathrin Hutson interviews
Casey Lefante

 
 

Fiction co-editor Kathrin Hutson recently had this exchange with Issue #37 featured fiction author Casey Lefante. Here’s what she had to say about employing the second-person point of view, writing about politics, her revision process, and more…. 
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Save the Bees

FICTION ISSUE #37

Honey Bee

By Casey Lefante
 
 

You lift your scalpel, stare at the speck in front of you. You feel kind of bad for it. One minute, it’s living its life in a sweet little colony, making honey and shit, and the next minute, it’s dropped unceremoniously onto a tin plate for a fifteen-year-old to dissect…
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