Heather Bartlett’s debut poetry collection, Another Word for Hunger, to be published by Sundress Publications.
Heather Bartlett’s Another Word for Hunger is a Driftwood Press Finalist.
Heather Bartlett’s Another Word for Hunger is a finalist for the Wren Poetry Prize, judged by Ada Limón.
NeMLA 2021: “To Struggle is Political: On Writing Poetry in 2020”
Spring Writes 2020: “Total Submission: Understanding the Kinks and Quirks of Literary Magazines” with Barrett Bowlin and Kathryn Henion. Watch Event Here.
#RHINOSIGHT2020: RHINO Poetry’s Global Release party for the 2020 issue. Heather Bartlett reads her poem, “That is Not My Name” as part of #RHINOSight2020.
Purchase RHINO 2020 here.
NeMLA 2020: “Writing Queer Body, Intimacy, and Truth.”
Heather Bartlett’s short story, “How to Choose,” has been included in the Los Angeles Review’s print anthology. Purchase it here.
Heather Bartlett’s Another Word for Hunger is a finalist for the Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize, judged by Ellen Bass.
“Put up or Shut Up: A Reading by Teachers of Writing,”
Spring Writes Literary Festival.
“Creative Writers at Cortland Reading” SUNY Cortland.
“Seven Minutes in Heaven: A Literary Spin the Bottle,” Spring Writes Literary Festival.
“Works-in-Progress” Poetry Reading, Spring Writes Literary Festival.
“Teaching Descriptive Writing through the Language of Film,” Writing Matters Conference.
Heather Bartlett’s short story, How to Choose, is a finalist for the Sequestrum New Writer Award.
Arts Alive Poetry Reading, Elmira College.