Caroline Tracey

Caroline Eaton Tracey grew up in Colorado and graduated from Yale University with a BA in Russian Literature. After living in California for a short time after college, she received a Fulbright fellowship to Kyrgyzstan, and she currently works as a ranch hand in northern New Mexico. Her writing, much of it also about water and literature in the American West, has appeared in PANK, Public Books, Nowhere, The Cossack Review, Sugar House Review, Sakura Review, High Country News, and elsewhere. She is at work on a novel about land speculation in Central Asia and the American West.