|-|'''Catherine B. Krause ''' (b. 8 Apr 1985) is a poet from Indianapolis, Indiana living in the Washington, D.C. area. She got her first poetry acceptance from [[Tipton Poetry Journal]]. Her first nonfiction acceptance, "All Indians Love Ghandi, " was by ''The Literary Bohemian''. Her first chapbook, ''Classifieds'', was published in February 2010 by [[erbacce-press]], taken out of print in 2011 at her request, and independently republished in 2014. |+|
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|-|In March 2010, Krause was a Featured Artist at [[Counterexample Poetics]], and featured in anthologies of the best poems published that year by ''Children, Churches & Daddies'' and ''Foliate Oak''. She developed a poetry form called the '''quincouplet''', and her essay about it was the Featured Article in [[Galatea Resurrects]] 16. |+|
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|-|In 2011 she appeared in [[Gargoyle Magazine]] #57, a magazine that has published many of her favorite poets. In 2013 she appeared in the first ''Reckless Writing'' anthology from [[Chatter House Press]]. She has poetry upcoming in ''Rabbit Ears: TV Poems'', an anthology from [[Poets Wear Prada]] edited by [[Joel Allegretti]]. |+|
|-|All or most of her already-published poetry is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Despite this, she has independently published a second chapbook, ''The Leopard Slug'' (2014) and has a third forthcoming, ''Ignore This Book: Songs of Discomfort''. |+|