Cameron Finch is a cross-genre writer and editor living in New York City. She received her BA in English Literature at the University of Michigan and her MFA in Writing & Publishing at Vermont College of Fine Arts, where she served as Managing Editor of Hunger Mountain: The VCFA Journal of the Arts. Her creative work appears in Tiny Molecules, Windmill, Entropy, Glass, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, and Hayden’s Ferry Review, among others. Her freelance interviews, reviews, and articles appear in Michigan Quarterly Review, The Rumpus, The Adroit Journal, Electric Literature, CRAFT Literary, The Common, BUST, and elsewhere.
Cameron has worked with the editorial and marketing teams of various presses and literary journals, including Dzanc Books, Rizzoli New York, Archipelago Books, Isele Magazine, Hunger Mountain, Mount Island, and Midwestern Gothic, and she actively works with authors on their novels, memoirs, poetry collections, and children’s books from early developmental editing to getting the final product stocked on bookshelves and in readers’ hands.
She currently serves as the Associate Editor of Atmosphere Press.
In her own writing life, she is working on a queer novella featuring magical oil spills, a speculative historical novel involving sentient bombs and Butoh dance, and a manuscript of surreal poetic instructions about body dysmorphia, decay, and romances with the Statue of Liberty.