Heather Houser

Heather Houser writes on contemporary fiction, the environment, medicine and literature, and new media. Her most recent book is Ecosickness in Contemporary U.S. Fiction: Environment and Affect (Columbia University Press, 2014). She is on the faculty of the English department at the University of Texas at Austin.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

“Geologic Time from Now On!”: Lorine Niedecker’s “Lake Superior”
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