Caitlin Corrigan writes fiction, criticism, essays, and poetry, and creates professional copy for business and organizations. She holds a BA in English from Goucher College and earned her MFA in Fiction from Rutgers-Newark. An experienced educator, Caitlin has worked as a teaching artist in schools and local community organizations, taught middle school English, coordinated a high school Special Education program, and served as a composition instructor at the university level. She is also an experienced performer and has worked as an actor and burlesque dancer on dozens of stages. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in several web and print outlets, including BUST Magazine, The New York Times' education blog, Word Riot, Monkeybicycle, Necessary Fiction, The Review Review, NANO Fiction, The Nervous Breakdown, the Tin House Open Bar blog, and elsewhere.