Heather Ezell is the author of the contemporary YA novel NOTHING LEFT TO BURN (Razorbill/Penguin, March 2018). A California native, she’s been chasing reprieve from heat for most of her life—from the Rocky Mountains to Interior Alaska. She graduated from Colorado College with a degree in English literature and—after a brief stint in graduate school at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks—she now lives in Washington State, where she writes, coaches fellow authors, practices amateur ballet in the forest, and obsesses over the weather. Heather is represent by Sarah Davies of Greenhouse Literary Agency.
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