About

Heather Momyer is the editor-in-chief of the online arts and literary journal Masque & Spectacle and the founder of Arc Pair Press. Her fiction chapbook How to Swim was published by Another New Calligraphy (2013). Other writing appears or is forthcoming in journals such as Tahoma Literary Review, Wicked Alice, The Collagist, Puerto del Sol, Psychopomp Magazine, and Bennington Review, among others.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Chapbook
How to Swim. Another New Calligraphy, 2013.

Short Stories
“One of the Animals.” Bennington Review. Issue 5. 2018.
“Persephone at the Edge.” (Reprint) Psychopomp Magazine. Issue 5.3. Spring 2018.
“Helen’s Return.” Sphynxation art book by Cristina Nualart. 2016.
“The Vampires.” Tahoma Literary Review, Issue 3, Spring 2015.
“How to Swim.” Seven Corners, April 2013.

Nonfiction/Essays
“For My Darling Knucklehead: Deciding to Live with a Street Dog.” Dogs Today Magazine. 15 February 2018.
“All the Ways We Exist.” Watershed Review. 39.2. 2017.
“On Montaigne & 3 Men Named M.” Wicked Alice. March 2015.
“The X-Lover.” /DEATH HUMS, Issue 2. May 2013.
“Birds Flutter and Pterodactyls Are Dead.” Puerto del Sol, Summer 2012.

Interviews
By James Scott. Tk with James Scott. Podcast Series. Episode 55. 24 April 2018.
          Discussed Arc Pair Press and its first title, The Paper Life They Lead: Stories, by Patrick Crerand.
By Brandon Wetherbee. You, Me, Them, Everybody. Podcast Series. Episode 92. 30 July 2010.
          Discussed online and print publishing, Requited Journal, writing and process
By Vocalo, with Amanda Marbais and H.V. Cramond. 89.5 FM Radio, Chicago IL. 26 June 2009.
          Discussed Requited Journal

Critical Work
(forthcoming) “Foreword: The Cultural Politics of National Art Gallery.” National Art Gallery by Shmavon Azatyan. New London Writers.
“Genre, Identity, and Ethnic Representation in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill.” Popular Culture Review. Summer 21.2 (2010): 83 – 90.

Journalism
Arts & Culture Reporter. Civilnet. Yerevan, Armenia. Summer 2016.
Contributing Writer. Word Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 2013 – 2014.
Education Journalist. Medill Reports Chicago. Chicago, IL. Autumn 2012.

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