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Cathleen Maza
Cathleen Maza
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 14
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 28 February
  • Member Since: Apr 2018
  • Profile Views: 8,900
  • Followers: 31
  • Writing:

    Historical Fiction Women's Fiction Literary Fiction Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

I write full-time in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois, where I live in a one-hundred-year-old home with my family. A member of the Society of Midland Authors, my short fiction has been published in several literary venues including "Crack the Spine", "Clover", and "Chicago Quarterly Review". I began independently publishing my own story collections in various genres about four years ago, but still enjoy writing short fiction for literary magazines.

  • Cathleen Maza

Book Views: 1052

Changing Neighborhood

Publish Date: Mar 26, 2019

Genre: Historical Fiction

Cathleen Maza's Books

Changing Neighborhood

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Publication Date: Mar 26, 2019

Historical Fiction

Inner Lives and Outer Selves

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Publication Date: Oct 03, 2018

Women's Fiction

Discussions (5)

Mind Fullness

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Publication Date: May 30, 2018

Horror

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Stress Fractures

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Publication Date: Nov 06, 2015

Women's Fiction, Literary Fiction

5 (1 ratings)

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Noises in the Dark

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Publication Date: Mar 05, 2017

Horror

4 (1 ratings)

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Same Problems, Other Worlds

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Publication Date: Jul 19, 2015

Fantasy

4.7 (4 ratings)

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Complicated Heart

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Publication Date: May 23, 2016

Literary Fiction

5 (1 ratings)

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Message from Home (Sky Knights Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 17, 2015

Teen & Young Adult

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Cathleen Maza Interview

  • On 03, 11 2018

    Cathleen Maza interview

    Author Cathleen Maza is one of those people who need to be doing something creative in order to stay happy. She always wanted to be a writer. She spent a lot of time as a child playing "newspaper" and would appoint herself as the editor. The times that she gets "stuck", she finds herself reading more to try and inspire her imagination.
    To her, the perfect story... read full interview

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