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). Danahy Award-winning writer Mark Krieger says Heather’s the Maxwell Perkins of her generation. Email her at the address below for current rates/specials and information. References available. Heather is also active (and very friendly) on Facebook.