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Heather Ann Schmidt
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Heather Ann Schmidt received her MFA in Poetry from National University and has taught writing at Oakland Community College, ITT Technical Institute and Mott Community College. She is the founder/ publisher of recycled karma press. Her books and chapbooks include: Chagall's Cat (Poehemian Press, 2014), Red Hibiscus (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2013), Batik (NightBallet Press, 2012), Transient Angels (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2011), Issa's Spider (Victorian Violet Press, 2010), Matryoshkas (Victorian Violet Press, 2010), On Recalling Life Through the Eye of the Needle (Village Green Press, 2010), The Owl & the Muse: Collected Tanka (recycled karma press, 2009), The Bat's Love Song: American Haiku (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2009), Channeling Isadora Duncan (Gold Wake Press, 2009) and Njaa (recycled karma press, 2008). Her latest book, Field Notes, is forthcoming in 2015 from Crisis Chronicles Press.