Anna Cabe is a Pinay-American writer. She hails from many places but calls Memphis, TN, home. She received a BA in English literature-creative writing from Agnes Scott College in 2013 and a Fulbright Fellowship in Indonesia from 2013 to 2014. Anna earned an MFA in fiction from Indiana University in 2018, where she taught creative writing and composition, served as a student representative for the MFA program, and worked as the web and nonfiction editor for Indiana Review. Upon graduating, she was a Fulbright Fellow in the Philippines for the 2018-2019 academic year. She was the guest-editor for The #Demands Issue of Killjoy and is an assistant fiction editor for Split Lip Magazine. Anna was a 2015 Kore Press Short Fiction Award semifinalist, a finalist for Midwestern Gothic's Summer 2016 Flash Fiction Series, a finalist for the 2015 Boulevard Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers, and the second runner-up in StoryQuarterly's Sixth Annual Fiction Prize in 2019. She attended the 2019 NVM & Narita Gonzalez Writers' Workshop at the University of the Philippines and has received support from The Millay Colony, The Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, and the James T. and Ella Rather Kirk Fund of Agnes Scott College. She is completing a novel set during martial law.
Photos are courtesy of Kaylin Goodman.