Heather Ann Schmidt

Author's Bio

Heather Ann Schmidt teaches writing in Ohio and holds an MFA and an MA from National University. Currently, she is working on a PhD at Northcentral University. Her published collections include: Channeling Isadora Duncan (Gold Wake Press); The Bat’s Lovesong, Red Hibiscus and Transient Angels (Crisis Chronicles Press); On Recalling Life Through the Eye of the Needle (Village Green Press); Matryoshkas and Issa’s Spider (Victorian Violet Press) ; Batik (Nightballet Press) and Chagall’s Cat (Pohemian Press). Her most recent collection is A Thousand Flowers released by Black Madonna Press in 2016. She currently resides in the Cleveland, Ohio area where she is active in the art, music and poetry community.

Publications and Prizes

Books: 
Batik
(NightBallet Press, 2012)
, Recalling Life Through the Eye of the Needle
(Village Green Press, 2010)
, Red Hibiscus
(Crisis Chronicles Press, 2013)
, Transient Angels
(Crisis Chronicles Press, 2011)
Anthologies: 
Delirious
(NightBallet Press, 2016)
, From the Porch Swing
(Silver Boomer Books, 2010)
, Lilith
(Fortunate Childe Publications, 2009)
, Lipsmack! A Sampler of Poets
(NightBallet Press, 2012)
, Postcards from Eve
(Fortunate Childe Publications, 2010)
, Rising in Hope: A Tinfoildresses Anthology
(recycled karma press, 2011)
, The World According to Goldfish
(Goldfish Press, 2009)
, Vending Machine, Poetry for Change
(The Poets Haven, 2012)
Journals: 
Asphalt Sky, Bird's Eye ReView, Blue Skies, The Cherry Blossom Review, Deep Cleveland Junkmail Oracle, Della Donna, Florida English, Flutter Poetry Journal, Girls with Insurance, Hanging Moss Journal, Ink Sweat & Tears, Leaf Garden, Luciole Press, Mad Swirl, Mnemosyne, Moonset, Pennsylvania English, Pirene's Fountain, Seven Circles Press, Speakeasy, Stirring: A Literary Collection, The Ambassador Poetry Project, The Medulla Review, The Neglected Ratio, The Orange Room Review, The Poets Haven, Shine Journal, The Smoking Poet, Tonopah Review, Troubadour 21, Up The Staircase, Victoria Violet Press, Word Catalyst Magazine
Chapbook: 
Channeling Isadora Duncan
(Gold Wake Press, 2009)
, Issa's Spider
(Victorian Violet Press, 2010)
, Matryoshkas
(Victorian Violet Press, 2010)
, The Bat's Lovesong: American Haiku
(Crisis Chronicles Press, 2009)

More Information

Listed as: 
Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Buddhist
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Toledo, OH
Raised in: 
Birmingham, MI
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Last updated: Feb 26, 2017