Michael Hemery is the author of two books, So We Go: The Day My Father Died, a memoir about his father’s final day alive after his battle with ALS, and No Permanent Scars, a nonfiction short-story collection. He has also been published in Drunken Boat, The Los Angeles Review, Lumina, New Plains Review, Passages North, The Portland Review, Post Road Magazine, Redivider, Slice, sub-TERRAIN, The Tusculum Review, and the book Fearless Confessions: A Writer’s Guide to Memoir.
Hemery, who earned his MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, is a high school English teacher. He also served as the nonfiction editor for Hunger Mountain. He resides in the Cleveland area with his family.