Heather Frese


Heather FreseHeather Frese received her master’s degree in English from Ohio University and her MFA in fiction from West Virginia University.  Her work is forthcoming in The New York Quarterly, Creative Nonfiction, and Rougarou, and has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, The Los Angeles Review, Front Porch, and The Southeast Review, among others.  Her essay, “Fatigue,” received notable mention in the Pushcart Prize Anthology 2011 and Best American Essays 2010.  Heather, her husband, and their dog live on Hatteras Island, North Carolina, perched on the wild-eyed edge of the world.



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