H. E. Fisher's (they/them) lyrical and experimental poetry, prose poems, and essays appear or are forthcoming in At Length, Unbroken Journal, Anti-Heroin Chic, Longleaf Review, Indianapolis Review, Miracle Monocle, SWWIM, Pithead Chapel, Feral, and The Rumpus, among other publications and anthologies. Their lyrical essay, “Ocean: An Autobiography” (Hopper Magazine) and prose poem "Elegy for Trees" (Feral) were each nominated for the Best of the Net. H.E. is the editor of (Re) An Ideas Journal.
H.E. studies at the Hudson Valley Writers Center, and is pursuing their MFA in Creative Writing at City College of New York, where they received the 2019 Stark Poetry Prize in Memory of Raymond Patterson. H.E. has also been a finalist in the 2020-21 Comstock Review Chapbook Contest and a semi-finalist in the Grayson Books Chapbook Contest. H.E. has recently completed her first collection of poetry, STERILE FIELD. H.E. lives in the Hudson River Valley.