Cameron Finch is a cross-genre writer and editor living in Montpelier, Vermont, where she is an MFA candidate in Writing & Publishing at Vermont College of Fine Arts and serves as Managing Editor of Hunger Mountain: The VCFA Journal of the Arts. Her work appears in Windmill, Entropy, Midwestern Gothic, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, and Across the Margin, among others. Her freelance interviews, reviews, and articles appear in Michigan Quarterly Review, BUST, Artscope Magazine, My Modern Met, Buzzworthy, and elsewhere.
Cameron has worked as an editor at Dzanc Books, Midwestern Gothic, 826michigan Non-Profit Writing Center, The Residential College Review, and Hunger Mountain. She has provided cold reading services to Rizzoli New York, and actively works with individual authors on their novels/memoirs/poetry from early developmental editing to proofreading the final draft.
She is currently working on a novella about magical oil spills, a speculative novel set in post-war Japan, and a manuscript of surreal poetic instructions about body dysmorphia, decay, and oxidation.