Heather Harpham

Heather Harpham

Heather Harpham (b. 1967) is an American writer and theater performer, born and raised in northern California, who lives and works in New York. Her fiction, essays and reviews have appeared in MORE Magazine, Water-Stone Review and the Gallatin Review. Her writing for the stage includes six solo plays; the two most recent, Happiness and BURNING, have been presented throughout the US. Harpham's work has been recognized with a Brenda Ueland Prose Prize, an Independent Artist Grant from the Marin Arts Council, and a grant from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund for Women. She currently teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and SUNY Purchase. Happiness: The Crooked Little Road to Semi-Ever After is her first book.

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