Cameron Dezen Hammon is a writer and musician living in Houston. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Seattle Pacific University, and her essay "Infirmary Music" has been named a notable in the Best American Essays 2017, edited by Leslie Jamison. Her essays, poems, and stories have appeared in or are forthcoming from The Rumpus, Ecotone, Guernica's "The Kiss" series, The Houston Chronicle, The Butter, NYLON, The Literary Review, Brevity's Nonfiction Blog, Columbia Poetry Review, The Brooklyn Review, and elsewhere. Her music has been featured on Houston Public Media KUHF, Houston Pacifica Radio KPFT, as well as Houston PBS Skyline Sessions, and the nationally syndicated television program Oxford Sounds. She is the host of The Ish podcast, conversations from the liminal spaces of life. Her memoir about religious and romantic obsession is currently on submission. Follow her @camerondhammon


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