Heather Foster lives and writes on a farm in west Tennessee. She holds an MFA from Murray State University and is currently a nursing student. A Pushcart Prize nominee, she has a story in EXIGENCIES (Dark House Press, 2015), and her poems have appeared in PANK, Tampa Review, Third Coast, Word Riot, failbetter.com, Iron Horse Literary Review, Cutthroat, and Mead: The Magazine of Literature & Libations, among other journals. She is also an occasional guest blogger for Superstition Review. She does freelance editing work (both creative critiques and technical line editing). Email her at the address below for current rates and information. References available.