Erin M. Bertram the author of several chapbooks, including Inland Sea and, most recently, Memento Mori. The past recipient of fellowships from Washington University in St. Louis, Augustana College, and Prague Summer Program, an excerpt from her hybrid text manuscript “The Vanishing of Camille Claudel” was a published finalist in the 2013 Diagram Essay Contest. Her work has appeared inHandsome, The Fanzine, Fourteen Hills, Lambda Literary Review, and elsewhere. She’s a teaching assistant and Chancellor’s Fellow in the PhD program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, does LGBTQ advocacy work for Outlinc, and is a member of the Lincoln Zen Center. Visit her website aterinmbertram.com.
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