Using creative nonfiction and poetry as her mediums, Alisha Erin Hillam's work focuses on the shaping of the past, human connectivity, and the power of landscape. While earning her B.A. at Purdue University, she studied under Bich Minh Nguyen, among others, and recieved several literary awards from the university. She later completed a Master's degree in history, also at Purdue. Her work has been featured in decomP, Architrave Press, Prick of the Spindle, Midwestern Gothic, Moth + Rust, and Passages North. Originally from Indiana, she now resides in Massachusetts with her family.
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Alisha Erin Hillam