Emily Heiden’s work has appeared in The Washington Post, Literary Hub, Brevity Magazine, Colorado Review, Juked Magazine, The Hartford Courant, The Seattle Times, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction has also been published in Don’t Look Now: Things We Wish We Hadn’t Seen (Mad Creek Books, 2020) and Fast Funny Women (Woodhall Press, 2021). Another essay is forthcoming from Woodhall Press in 2022 in the collection Fast Fallen Women. Selected as a first-prize winner by the University of Cincinnati for literary nonfiction, she is at work on a memoir about reproductive rights and the search for love.
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