Heather Price-Wright is a writer and editor who lives and works in Brooklyn. She graduated with a degree in creative writing and English from the University of Arizona in 2011. Her creative and critical work has appeared in DIAGRAM, ARDOR Literary Magazine and Qualia Literary and Art Journal. She is a huge sitcom nerd and likes to write about gender, feminism, television and literature.
Why My Birth Mom Became a Foster Mom
An Ode To The Lost Art Of Mixtapes
What Going To My Safety School Taught Me
How 'The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle' Saved Me
When Sleep Is The Enemy