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Natalie Baszile is a former fiction editor at The Cortland Review, and is a member of the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto.
An early version of Queen Sugar won the Hurston Wright College Writer’s Award, was a co-runner-up in the Faulkner Pirate’s Alley Novel-in-Progress competition, and excerpts were published in Cairn and ZYZZYVA.
She has had residencies at the Ragdale Foundation (where she was awarded the Sylvia Clare Brown fellowship), Virginia Center for the Arts, and Hedgebrook.
Baszile's nonfiction work has appeared in The Rumpus, Mission at Tenth, and in The Best Women’s Travel Writing Volume 9.
She holds an MA in Afro-American Studies from UCLA, and is a graduate of Warren Wilson College’s MFA Program for Writers, where she was a Holden Minority Scholar.
Baszile grew up in Southern California and lives in San Francisco with her family.