Creative Writing Student News: Elisabetta La Cava

Elisabetta La Cava is a double immigrant from Italy and Venezuela who became a Texan some years ago. She finds herself writing about all sorts of things including international community, relationships, spirituality, and family. Elisabetta’s work has or will be seen in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, The Pointed Circle, Penultimate Peanut Magazine, the Closed Eye Open, the 2021 Texas Poetry Calendar and the Rio Review. She runs a woman-owned business in Austin, TX and studies Creative Writing at Austin Community College.

Elisabetta has had a run of publishing successes lately, including: “Nuptials” in The Pointed Circle; “At This Time” in Maya’s Micros; “To: Dad” in the Dead Mule School;“Autumn Blues” in Penultimate Peanut Magazine; and a submission of hers will be included in the Texas Poetry Calendar.

Photo credit: Gabriella Wheatley

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