Natalie Rowland

Fiction, Publishing

Natalie Rowland is a writer, editor, and communications specialist at the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing, where she works as Program Coordinator. Rowland graduated from the University of Michigan with Comparative Literature and Communications degrees and earned her MFA in fiction from Florida Atlantic University, where she served as the founding Managing Editor of the graduate program’s first literary journal, Swamp Ape Review. Her writing can be found in The Rumpus, Fiction Writers Review, Booth, and elsewhere. Rowland has taught community and college-level writing courses and worked in intercultural study, as a fiction reader for Guernica, and at public relations firms in Chicago.