"The Pre-positioned" at A Bad Penny Review
"What It Will Be Like" at A Bad Penny Review
"Falling";"Discourse";"High-Water Mark" at Drunken Boat
"Beginning Again with Zer0" at Anderbo
"Black Out" at Foliate Oak
"The Wreck" at The Collagist
"The Makers" at The Doctor T..J. Eckleburg Review
Featured Online Commentary:
"A Review of Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir by Deborah A. Miranda" at Quarterly West
"An Open Letter to Johnny Depp Tonto" at McSweeney's Internet Tendency
"Red Riot: Emerging Native American Poetics" at Girls In A Tight Place
"The Trickster Surfs The Floods" (non-fiction)
Fugue: Issue #43 (Summer/Fall)
"a Holy One Comes to Being" (poetry)
Yellow Medicine Review: Fall 2012
"Second Sight" (fiction)
The Los Angeles Review: Issue No. 11 (Spring '12)
"The Way of Wounds" (non-fiction)
The Florida Review: Native Issue 35.1
"With Teeth" (fiction)
Western Humanities Review: Winter 2010
Natanya Ann Pulley is half-Navajo, born Kiiyaa’aanii (Towering House Clan). Shicheii is Tachiinii (Red Running Into Water Clan).
Natanya is currently working on her PhD in Fiction Writing at the University of Utah. She is a writer of fiction and non-fiction with outbreaks of poetry.
Natanya enjoys teaching Creative Writing and Literature. Her fields of interest include: Narrative Theory, Disabilities Theory, Horror/Monster Theory, Graphic Novel Studies, Native American Literature, and New Media and Experimental texts.
She is a pack animal and shares her home in Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband JP, three rowdy dogs, and some dying fish. She tries to cook, but mostly reads, writes, watches both good and bad TV and loves Scrabble games on her robot phone.