Heather Quinn is a poet & artist who lives in awe of the creative spirit. She was a finalist in House Mountain Review's 2019 Broadside contest as well as Cutthroat's 2020 Joy Harjo's Poetry Prize. She was a semi-finalist in Prometheus Dreaming's 2019 Unbound Competition, a featured poet by 42 Miles Press & was included in Palette Poetry's "Poetry We Admire." Other publishing credits include the New York Times ( Pandemic Six-Word Memoir), Minnesota Review, Dunes Review, iambapoet.com, Cathexis Northwest Press, Ghost City Review, Kissing Dynamite Poetry, Burninghouse Press & more. She is a proud member of the Community of Writers, the oldest annual writing conference on the West Coast.
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Some of her published work will be re-posted once she gathers time and energy to dive into technology's inferno.
You can find her on Instagram for language-inspired art & more (link below)
Photo above by Heather of "Homage" by Leopoldo Maler