Cameron Finch is a cross-genre writer and editor living in Ann Arbor. Finch received a BA in English Literature at the University of Michigan and an MFA in Writing & Publishing at Vermont College of Fine Arts. Finch’s creative work has appeared or is forthcoming from Tiny Molecules, Menacing Hedge, Windmill, Entropy, Glass, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Hayden’s Ferry Review, among others. Freelance interviews, reviews, and articles can be found in Poets & Writers, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Rumpus, The Adroit Journal, Electric Literature, CRAFT Literary, The Common, Fiction Writers Review, Heavy Feather Review, BUST, and elsewhere.
Cameron has worked with the editorial and marketing teams of various presses and literary journals, including McSweeney’s, Dzanc Books, Rizzoli New York, Archipelago Books, Isele Magazine, Hunger Mountain, Mount Island, and Midwestern Gothic, and 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.
Cameron serves as the Book Publicity Director of Atmosphere Press and as an editor on the Tiny Molecules masthead, and previously worked for the Brooklyn Book Festival. Cam is the founder and lead organizer of PoetTreeTown, a monthlong celebration of April Poetry Month and a free public installation of original poems by community writers in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Current writing projects include a queer novella featuring magical oil spills, a speculative historical novel involving sentient bombs and Butoh dance, a manuscript of surreal poetic instructions about body dysmorphia, decay, and romances with the Statue of Liberty, and something not-quite-story-shaped involving skin.