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Wanderlust by Heather Bourbeau

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Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Heather Bourbeau’s fiction and poetry have been published in 100 Word Story, Alaska Quarterly Review, CleaverEleven Eleven, Francis Ford Coppola Winery’s Chalkboard, Open City, and The Stockholm Review of Literature. Her piece “Hopscotch” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her work has been featured in several anthologies, including Nothing Short Of 100: Selected Tales from 100 Word Story (Outpost 19) and America, We Call Your Name: Poems of Resistance and Resilience (Sixteen Rivers Press), and the upcoming I Just Wanna Testify: Poems About Detroit Music (Michigan State University Press). Her journalism has appeared in The Economist, The Financial Times, Foreign Affairs, and Foreign Policy. She was a contributing writer to Not On Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond with Don Cheadle and John Prendergast. She has worked with various UN agencies, including the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia and UNICEF Somalia. She is member of the New York Writers Room and the Writers Grotto.

Bourbeau's hair by Bullen headshot
Heather Bourbeau
Heather Bourbeau in Leipzig's Museum of Fine Arts
Heather Bourbeau in Leipzig’s Museum of Fine Arts

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Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum

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