ABOUT

 

The blog has moved to byclaireburgess.com! Go there. Thanks!

 

But in case you were wondering:

Claire Burgess holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Vanderbilt University and is a founding editor of Nashville Review. Her fiction has been listed as notable in Best American Short Stories 2012 and Best American Nonrequired Reading 2012 has appeared or is forthcoming in Third Coast, Annalemma, Hunger Mountain, PANK  Redivider, and elsewhere. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Claire now lives in Pittsburgh with her husband. She has no pets, but she does have a plant, which is enough hard work.

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