Cari Oleskewicz is a writer and mother currently living in Tampa, Florida, but longing to return to her days as a traveling writer living in Panicale, a small hilltop village in the Umbrian region of Italy. Her fiction has been published in Epiphany Magazine, XXCentric (Main Street Rag), Colere, and The Pedestal Magazine. Her essays and nonfiction can be found in The Washington Post, Sasee Magazine, Italian Cooking and Living, and Dog Blessings (June Cotner, editor). She has recently completed writing a novel-in-verse, for which she is seeking representation. When she is not writing or chasing her 6-year-old, Cari is reading, cooking, and planning her next trip.
Cooking, reading, traveling, my Ipod, and movies.
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