About Cameron Finch:
I am a multi-genre artist, whose work is forthcoming in Windmill and Entropy, and has appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Dream Pop Press, Orange Quarterly, Across the Margin, Exceptions Journal, and Moonchild Magazine. My short story, “Contested Colors,” won the Fiction Prize for the Exceptions Journal Ways of Seeing Contest. My flash fiction, “Tributes,” was a finalist for Midwestern Gothic‘s Summer Flash Fiction Contest in 2015. My short story, “Frozen Locks,” received an Honorable Mention in the Glimmer Train Jan/Feb 2018 Short Story Award for New Writers.
I am also a freelance writer, and have contributed over 200 artist interviews, reviews, and articles on a regular basis to sites, including Michigan Quarterly Review, Hunger Mountain, Artscope Magazine, My Modern Met, Arts at Michigan, Ann Arbor’s Current Magazine, In(Residence): The VCFA Alumni Magazine, and Buzzworthy. I have taught creative writing workshops for Honors college freshmen at University of Michigan and for children ages 6-15 at 826michigan Writing Center.
I grew up in Michigan, so yes, I do point at my mitten-shaped hand when I talk to people about where I’m from. I studied Creative Writing and English Literature at University of Michigan and am currently an MFA in Writing and Publishing candidate at Vermont College of Fine Arts, where I serve as Managing Editor of the VCFA literary journal, Hunger Mountain.
I am a Libra. I collect floatie pens. I am an intermediate tap dancer and have a minor fear of fire alarms. I think best whilst hula hooping or taking a walk, and I drink a lot of tea.
I am currently at work on my first novel.