Heather Treseler's Parturition (2020) won Ireland's Munster Literature Centre's international chapbook prize. Her poems appear in Cincinnati Review, Harvard Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Southern Humanities Review, and The Iowa Review, among other journals. Her sequence "The Lucie Odes" recently won Missouri Review's Jeffrey E. Smith Editors' Prize in poetry, and her essays appear in Boston Review, PN Review, and in six books about American poetry. She is an associate professor of English and the Presidential Fellow for Art, Education, and Community at Worcester State University and a Visiting Scholar at the Brandeis Women's Studies Research Center. Her work has received support from the Boston Athenaeum, the T. S. Eliot Estate, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.BOOKMARK
Song and the Names of Things: On Robert Hass’s “Summer Snow”
Heather Treseler considers “Summer Snow” by Robert Hass.
A Gnostic Gospel for the Now: B. K. Fischer’s “Radioapocrypha”
Heather Treseler reviews B. K. Fischer’s “Radioapocrypha.”