I’m a writer and editor and occasional instructor. I write poems, reviews, and sometimes fiction. On and off, for over a decade, I’ve served as a volunteer working with incarcerated men in local prisons. I hope you’ll find what you’re looking for when you’re here.
One of my favourite films, Harold and Maude, is turning 50 this year. To celebrate, I decided to write a book about it. And now, thanks to Anvil Press, it’s here!
But I’m not the only one wanting to talk about it. Here are a couple of conversations to date,
From the Star a very fun piece by Sue Carter.
And from the Vancouver Sun one conducted by Dana Gee.
READINGS AND PRESENTATIONS
A BOOK LAUNCH AND A CONVERSATION (FROM MARCH 18)
Semiahmoo Arts hosted a virtual event to celebrate Heidi’s newest book, Glorious Birds: A Celebratory Homage to ‘Harold and Maude’ .
Sponsored by The Writers’ Union of Canada, this virtual, free event remains available online at the arts council’s YouTube site. Click here to view it.
PERIODICITIES: A JOURNAL OF ONLINE READINGS
Hosted by Rob McLennan, this blog features a series of readings by poets from across North America. This session features Heidi along with Ken Belford, Kim Goldberg, Bill Neumire and Christina Thatcher. Here’s a link to the event, #18 in rob’s series. Periodicity Journal
A CONVERSATION ABOUT WRITING
Sponsored by the BCTLA (British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association), Heidi reads excerpts from Flightpaths: The Lost Journals of Amelia Earhart and talks about inspiration. Just over six minutes, it’s on YouTube.