About

Heather Momyer teaches English literature in Dilijan, Armenia. She is the founder and editor of Masque & Spectacle, and her fiction chapbook How to Swim was published by Another New Calligraphy (2013). Other writing appears in journals such as Tahoma Literary Review, /death hums, Seven Corners, Puerto del Sol, Popular Culture Review, and Exquisite Corpse.

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

Chapbook
How to Swim. Another New Calligraphy, 2013.

Scholarly Article
Genre, Identity, and Ethnic Representation in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill. Popular Culture Review. Summer 21.2 (2010): 83 – 90. Print.

Short Stories
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.
Swan Dive. Spirits, Spring/Summer 2011.
Mining the Bones. Bluestem, Spring 2011.
The Dragon Like One Picasso Made. >kill author, December 2010.
Persephone at the Edge. Dark Sky Magazine, 21 September 2010.
Even Boys Dream Dreams that Bunnies Can Dream. Robot Melon, Summer 2009.
Love and Paradise at Superdawg. PANK, March 2009.
You Drink Too Much. A cappella Zoo, Fall 2009
Winter in Istanbul, 1996. Exquisite Corpse, Summer 2008.

Essays
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.
Erotics and the Cannibalism of Love and Knowledge. Ekleksographia, Summer 2011.
Reading Rebbecca Brown. H_NGM_N, Fall 2009.
Hecate Leaves Muddy Footprints at the Crossroads. Black Radish Books, 1 Nov. 2010.
The Mythologizing of Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. The Collagist, May 2010.
Poetry and the Mother Language. Moria, Spring 2009.

Poetry
Poem for Turkeytown, PA. After Hours, Winter 2014.
The Season of Endings, Wrapped in Wool. Monkeybicycle, August 2010.
The Natural History Museum. JMWW, Winter 2010.
Bone Poems. KeepGoing, Fall 2009.

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