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Guest Host: Heather Fowler April 3, 2013

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Guest host for Friday, April 5, 2013: Heather Fowler.

Heather Fowler in #litchatPoet and author Heather Fowler turns ordinary words into seductive coils of ideas and impressions. “Writing is my mode of expressing the thoughts that become poisonous if let to sit. I write in many genres because the ideas demand them, request them.” Fowler joins us as guest host on Friday to discuss the importance of poetry in contemporary literary arts.

Heather Fowler is the author of the story collections Suspended Heart (Aqueous Books, Dec. 2010), People with Holes (Pink Narcissus Press, July 2012), This Time, While We’re Awake (Aqueous Books, forthcoming May 2013), and Elegantly Naked in My Sexy Mental Illness (Queen’s Ferry Press, forthcoming May 2014). Fowler’s People with Holes was named a 2012 finalist for Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award in Short Fiction. She received her M.A. in English and Creative Writing from Hollins University. Her stories and poems have been published online and in print in the U.S., England, Australia, and India, and appeared in such venues as PANK, Night Train, storyglossia, Feminist Studies, Quarterly West, Surreal South, JMWW, Prick of the Spindle, Short Story America, The Nervous Breakdown, and others, as well as having been nominated for the storySouth Million Writers Award, Sundress Publications Best of the Net, and the Pushcart Prize. She is Poetry Editor at Corium Magazine and a Fiction Editor for the international refereed journal, Journal of Post-Colonial Cultures & Societies (USA). Please visit her website: www.heatherfowlerwrites.com.

Follow Heather Fowler on Twitter: @hfowlerwrites.

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