James, the student she’d fucked in the bathroom, hadn’t been the best writer in Cheryl’s class. That distinction went to Sarah Two, whose stories were as dark as they were clever. Better still, they were largely devoid of the melodrama that drove most of the work the seniors in the seminar (even James) had turned… [Read More]
Heather Aronson earned an MFA in Fiction from the University of Arizona, and was a Fellow in Fiction at the University of Wisconsin's Institute for Creative Writing. Her short stories have appeared in Mid-American Review and American Short Fiction, among other journals. Her story "Participation" was a quarter-finalist for Nimrod's 2018 Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Fiction. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA.