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Rushing Into the Music by Heather Hutcheson

 Background photo: Thibault Trillet/Pexels, CC0. Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Background photo: Thibault Trillet/Pexels, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

A professor of English at Cosumnes River College, in Sacramento, Heather Hutcheson is the founding editor of the Cosumnes River Journal (crc-ljsubmit@crc.losrios.edu). She organizes an annual senior and student memoir conference, “Our Life Stories.” During the semester, she promotes a language exchange between day laborers and community college students in a Home Depot parking lot, and she spends summers teaching English with a microfinance program in Oaxaca, Mexico. She lives with her husband and their two cats: Mr. Right and Stripes.  A former editor of Poetry Now, she has worked as a journalist for The Desert Sentinel and The Atascadero News. She has been published in numerous publications, including theAmerican Journal of Public Health. She blogs at shewhodaresnothing.wordpress.com.

One-man band.
One-man band.
The author's Oaxacan students on break.
The author’s Oaxacan students on break.
Traditional Oaxacan dancers.
Traditional Oaxacan dancers.
Tlacoahuaya, the town in which the author teaches.
Tlacoahuaya, the town in which the author teaches.

 

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