“Heather Bartlett’s poetry puts the lie to the claim made by some that someone with an MFA typically spits out cookie-cutter poetry.  Her work is bold in its empathy and insight and unusual in its juxtaposition of format and theme.”

~J.P. Reese

Selected Poems

“That is not my name,” RHINO Poetry

“it starts like this.” Poet lore

These Lines,” Redivider

Eve,”  Lambda Literary

Resistance,”  Rise Up Review

Malapropism,”  Quarterly West

Two Poems,  Carolina Quarterly

“We Return to Ritual,”  Nimrod International Journal

“Will You Come In?”  Ninth Letter

“When I was a Boy,”  PoemMemoirStory

“A Mockingbird Sings,”  Phoebe

“This Is What We Made,”  Barrow Street

Two Poems,  Connotation Press

Two Poems,  Phoebe

Three Poems,  Prime Number Magazine

Perseid Meteor Shower,”  The Nervous Breakdown

Dear Eve,”  The Nervous Breakdown

Two Poems,  Evening Street Review

The Day After Dougie’s Wake,”  Conte


How to Choose”  Los Angeles Review

Non Fiction

Scavenging”  Prime Number Magazine