Natalee Caple

Assistant Professor

PhD University of Calgary

Office: GLA 153
905 688 5550  x3155

Teaching Area: Creative Writing

Natalee Caple is the author of nine books of fiction, poetry and non-fiction and the co-editor (with Michelle Berry) of an anthology of author interviews and fiction by Canadian authors. Her work has been nominated for the KM Hunter award, the RBC Bronwyn Wallace Award, the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, the ReLit Award, and The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction. Her latest novel, In Calamity’s Wake was published in Canada by HarperCollins and in the US by Bloomsbury. The novel in translation was published by Boréal and has been sold separately for publication in France. Her new book of poetry, Love in the Chthulucene/Chthulucene will be published by Wolsak and Wynn in Spring 2019. Natalee is an associate professor in the Department of English. Her research interests include gender and genre, contemporary Canadian literature, Creative Writing, and feminist theory.

Love in the Chthulucene/Chthulucene. Hamilton: Wolsak and Wynn, 2019.

In Calamity’s Wake. NewYork: Bloomsbury. Fall 2013.

In Calamity’s Wake. Toronto: HarperCollins. April 2013.

Mackerel Sky. Toronto: Thomas Allen, 2004.

Mackerel Sky. New York: St. Martin’s P, 2004.

The Plight of Happy People in an Ordinary World. Toronto: Anansi, 1999.

How I Came to Haunt My Parents. Toronto: Spring 2011.

The Heart is its Own Reason. Toronto: Insomniac P, 1998.

The Semiconducting Dictionary: Our Strindberg. Fall 2010.

A More Tender Ocean. Toronto: Coach House, 2000.

The Notebooks: Interviews and New Fiction from Contemporary Writers. Ed. Michelle Berry and Natalee Caple.
Toronto: Doubleday, 2002.

iROBOT with Beakerhead: an original production for the Beakerhead Festival of Arts, Science and Engineering. Calgary: September 11-22, 2013.

iROBOT Theatre: A Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre Collective original production. Calgary: 2011. June 17-25, 2011.

iROBOT Unplugged: A Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre Collective original production. Calgary: 2011. October 21-22, 2011.