Chatham University

Creative Writing Faculty and Staff

Heather McNaugher

hmcnaugher@chatham.edu
Associate Professor of English

Hometown : Pittsburgh
Joined Chatham : 2006

Academic Areas of Interest

Contemporary Poetry, Contemporary English and American Novel, Victorian Novel, Nonfiction

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Biography

Heather McNaugher is the author of System of Hideouts (Main Street Rag, 2012). She teaches poetry, nonfiction, and literature at her alma mater, Chatham University, and is poetry editor of Fourth River. Her work has appeared in 5 A.M., The Bellevue Literary Review, New Ohio Review, The Gay & Lesbian Review, Leveler, and The Cortland Review, and on the radio show, Prosody. Her chapbook, Panic & Joy, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2008. She worked as a house cleaner and barista in Seattle, as a dog walker in Brooklyn, and then got her Ph.D. in English from The State University of New York at Binghamton. While working for the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, she almost became a librarian. She's tried living elsewhere, but keeps coming back to Pittsburgh.

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