Anna Bálint

The Strange Disappearance of Argentina Rose, #72, 2013.
The Shirt, #73, 2014.
Swept Away,Tapas Winner #77, 2014.
Saint Anne, #80, 2015.
Boy on a Bicycle, #80, 2015.
Here's to You, Bobby Fisher, #81, 2016.


Anna Bálint is a Seattle based writer and teacher. Her story collection, Horse Thief, spans cultures and continents, and was a finalist for the Pacific Northwest Book Award. Her poems, stories, and essays have appeared in numerous journals and magazines, as well as on the radio and in staged productions. Thanks to residencies with Hedgebrook retreat for women writers, a novel, The Invention of Mária Horváth, rooted in the Roma experience of the Holocaust, is close to completion. Anna is the happy recipient of a 2015 4Culture arts grant from the City of Seattle, and a 2015 Artist Support Residency with the Jack Straw Cultural Center in Seattle. She has taught creative writing for many years and in many places, including El Centro de la Raza, Antioch University, and Richard Hugo House. Currently she's a teaching artist with Seattle's Path With Art program, and at Recovery Café.

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