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Lessons offered by Heidi
  • Individual
The lessons will be held
Taught subjects
  • English
  • Poetry
  • Modern Literature
  • French language and literature
  • Dissertation and thesis preparation
  • Preparation for business school
  • Primary
  • High School
  • NCEA Level 1
  • NCEA Level 2
  • NCEA Level 3
  • Adult education

Published writer and university professor with PhD in English to give writing tutorials online


I teach English and writing to students from around the world ages 8-88! My teaching method is upbeat, student-centered, constructive, and generative. I ask questions and always let each student's ideas be the guide for our discussion. I provide concrete ideas for development in a positive encouraging atmosphere.


I have been teaching English for more than two decades in both the U.S. and abroad. My students have gone on to win prestigious awards, fellowships, residencies, and book publication--as well as earning As on essay assignments--and they have found their own unique voices in the process.


Rate for online lessons : $43/h
Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $178
Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $356
Lessons offered by Heidi
The lessons will be held
Taught subjects
  • English
  • Poetry
  • Modern Literature
  • French language and literature
  • Dissertation and thesis preparation
  • Preparation for business school
  • Primary
  • High School
  • NCEA Level 1
  • NCEA Level 2
  • NCEA Level 3
  • Adult education

Heidi's CV

September 2018

PhD University of Georgia [English Literature & Creative Writing], May 2012
MFA Syracuse University [Poetry/Creative Writing] 1998
BA University of Georgia [Psychology] 1994
Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, ITC-Prague 1999

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Assistant Professor of English, Creative Writing Program, 2014-present. Courses include 408/608ENG Ecopoetics, 408/608 ENG Writing Biodiversity, EN408/608 Writing the Beast, EN408/608 Waste in Literature, EN303 Poetry tour.

DadaABC, TEFL Instructor, Online, January 2018-June 2018.

Piedmont College, Athens, GA. Assistant Professor of English, Co-Director of the Creative Writing Track, Director of the Learning Center, 2012-2014. Courses include: EN2211 American Literature before 1865, EN2211 American Literature since 1865, EN1101 First-Year Writing I, EN1102 First-Year Writing II.

University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Teaching Assistant, 2010-2013; 2000-2003. (Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award). EN1101 First-Year Writing I, EN1102 First-Year Writing II.

Irish Writers' Centre, Dublin, Ireland. Creative Writing Instructor, 2008-2009.

National Forensic Mental Health Services, Dublin, Ireland. Visiting Writer, 2008-2009.

The Language House, Prague, Czech Republic. 1998-1999.

Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. Professional Writing Instructor, 2003-2006; Teaching Assistant, 1996-1998. WRT105 First-Year Writing I, WRT205 First-Year Writing II, WRT305 Advanced Writing, ETS215: Introductory Poetry Workshop. 2 years online teaching experience.

Julia Coursey (MFA)
TBA (fiction)

Brianna Knight (Undergraduate Honors)
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David Swain (Undergraduate Honors)
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Elizabeth Thiel (Undergraduate Honors)
Honey Suckle (poetry)

Robert Spenser Feller (MFA)
Dream Boat (poetry)
(finalist CSU First Book Poetry Center Prize, 2018)
(finalist Rescue Press Prize, 2018)

Sam LaMura (MFA)
TBA (poetry)

Wyatt McMurry (MFA)
Light Pollution (poetry)

Courtney Eason (MFA)
Ruination and Pushing Through (nonfiction)

Susanna Kaletski (Undergraduate Honors)
Episodes (poetry)

Kayleb Rae Candrilli (MFA)
What Runs Over (hybrid)
Winner YesYes Pamet River Prize, 2016

Ryan Bollenbach (MFA)
A Third Floral Thinking (poetry)

Matt Jones (MFA)
The Fantasy Cycle: A Collection (nonfiction)

Steve Reaugh (MFA)
In Profile (hybrid)

Ashley Chambers (MFA)
The Exquisite Buoyancies (poetry/performance)
(finalist Yale Younger Poetry Prize & Sawtooth Poetry Prize, 2015)

Sally Rodgers (MFA)
To Be Awful (poetry)

Ahsahta Press , Boise State University. June, 2018

Noise Event
Ahsahta Press, Boise State University. May, 2013

Dog Girl
Ahsahta Press, Boise State University. September, 2007
Runner-up, Sawtooth Poetry Prize

Guess Can Gallop
New Issues, Western Michigan University. August, 2004
Winner, New Issues Poetry Prize 2004

Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake, A Memoir
Caketrain, 2012

Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake, A Memoir (chapbook)
3rd bed, 2006

Edited Anthologies
Big Energy Poets: Ecopoetry Thinks Climate Change, edited with Amy King
BlazeVOX. September, 2017

Personal Essays
"Even the Rocks Cry Out: A Year by the Sea in Rosslare, Ireland," Timber (2013).

Essays, articles and chapters
"Songs of Our Nonselves" (essay review of Viability, Sarah Vapp; Journal of Ugly Sites, Stacy Szymaszek) Georgia Review (Fall 2017).

"Turning on the Language: Reaching Clinamen in Harryette Mullen's 'Sleeping with the Dictionary'," Voltage, editor Michael Theune and Kim Addonizio (Feb. 4, 2013).

"Metaphors We Teach By," Beyond the Workshop, editor Paul Perry, (Kingston University Press,

"Beyond Good and Oil," Interim, editor Jonathan Skinner (Fall 2011).
"Under the Spell," Grist (Spring 2011).

Panels and presentations
"In Her Place: An Ecopoetical Reading and Incitement to Write from Where We Are," CD Wright Women Writer's Conference, November 4, 2017.
"Not Having Feelings Is Boring," New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, LA, April 20, 2017.

"Good Grief," (organizer, moderator, presenter) Associated Writers and Writing Programs, Washington DC, February 09, 2017.

"I Is Them Others: Writing the Necropastoral Tradition," New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, LA, April 16, 2016.

"The Natural Writer: Unschooling the Creative Writing Classroom" (moderator and organizer), Associated Writers and Writing Programs, Los Angeles, March 31, 2016.

"Poetry Field Research: Enchantment in the Mobile-Bay Watershed" Association for Science, Literature and the Environment International-UK, University of Cambridge, UK, September, 2015.

"'The Asshole of Comedown:' Poetry and Waste." ASLE Conference, Moscow, ID, June 23-27, 2015.

"Mobile-Bay Watershed Excursions: The Poetics and Pedagogy of Enchantment." &NOW: Blast Radius Innovative Writing Conference, CalArts, LA, CA, March 25-28, 2015.

Editors panel. University of North Carolina Writer's Festival. Wilmington, NC, October, 2014.

Ahsahta 40th Anniversary Reading (moderator and presenter). Associated Writers and Writing
Programs Conference, Seattle, WA, March 27-30, 2014.

"For the Love of Garbage: The Spiritual Possibilities of Trash in A.R. Ammons Garbage." Utopian Studies, Charleston NC, November 14-17, 2013.

"This Digital Life: A Themed Freshman Sequence." South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, GA, Fall, 2013.

"Beyond Self and Epic: The Counter-Epic Impulse in Alice Notley's Descent of Alette, Anne
Waldman's Manatee/Humanity, and Juliana Spahr's This Connection of Everyone with
Lungs." Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Conference. University of Kansas, Lawrence, CA, May 28-June 1, 2013.

"In the Holler: The Ecologic of Aleatory Procedural Poetics," Ecopoetics Conference.
University of California, Berekley, CA, February 22, 2013.

"Beyond the Workshop: Metaphors We Teach By." Associated Program of Writers and Writing
Programs. Chicago, IL, February 6, 2012.

"Creative Writing Exchanges: Building Community Outside the Writing Classroom." Associated Program of Writers and Writing Programs. Chicago, IL, February 2012.

"The People Are--Poking Back: How the Poets for Living Waters Project [Re]Writes Oil."Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Conference. Indiana University. Bloomington, IN, June 21-26, 2011.

"I be good girl with my magic / markers: What's at Stake in Anne Sexton's 'Her Kind' and Rachel Blau DuPlessis's 'Draft 2: She'." New Voices Conference: A Study of Humor in the Humanities. Georgia State University. Atlanta, GA, October 9, 2010.

"Appalachian Mimic Credocade," A Literary Fieldguide to Southern Appalachia, edited by Street, Laura-Gray and McLarney, Rose (forthcoming).

"Embryonic Sestina," The Incredible Sestina Anthology, edited by Daniel Nester (McSweeney's, 2014).

"My 'Birds sporadically dispersed, floating southward, about a mile slick of them,'" The
Spirit of Black Mountain College, edited by Lee Ann Brown (Lorimer Press, 2013).

"My 'that they were at the beach, '" Delirious Hem: Leslie Scalapino Tribute (September, 2010).

"Fonder a Care Kept, " "Lilith of the Early Monikers," "Literal of Apparition," "Just Push
Me Into the Water So I Can Float," "Orgic," The Gurlesque, edited by Arielle Greenberg
and Lara Glenum, (Action Books, 2010).

"Februallad," Letters to the World, Poems from Wom-Po (Red Hen, 2008).

"Real Toads," Best American Poetry 2004, guest editor, Lyn Hejinian; series editor, David Lehman (Scribner, 2004).

"Brink Me," edited by Ren Powell, Bedside Guide (No Tell Motel Press, 2006).

Poetry in periodicals
"Dust," "Toad,""The Fisherman," "Forbidden," Dunigaadaari (Spring 2018).
"The Land of K," Open Letters Monthly (November 2017).
"Yelp, Desoto State Park," "A**AA*A*A of the Gray FoXXX," ,"A**AA*A*A of the Bess Beetle," "Yelp, Oak Mountain State Park," "A**AA*A*A of the Man," Denver Quarterly (Summer 2017).
"Trail, September 15," Ecotone (Spring 2017).
"Bogey," The Volta (Fall 2015).
"Trail: June 5, 2015," "Albaamaha of the Mycelium," and "Albaamaha of the Florida Sand Dollar," Verdad (Fall 2015)
"Trail: August 25, 2014" Eleven Eleven (Issue 19, 2015).

"Trail: January 24, 2015," "Leap Cast," Berkeley Review (Issue 44, 2015).

"Trail: September 13, 2014," jubilat, (2015).

"O Anti O Antiphons," American Poetry Review, (November 2014).

"Original Ground, September 13, 2013," Ampersand, (August 2014).

"Trail," "Trail," Ecotone, (Spring 2014).

"Gown Forever, " "Box::Office, " Fringe (Summer 2013).

"Want Only," "Two Numerous," and "Things among Things," Cannibal (Spring 2013).

"Psalm 3" "Psalm 129" "Psalm 150," Fringe (Fall 2012).

"Things Between Themselves," The Academy of American Poets, Poets.org (November 1, 2011).

"The Art Lands," "Psalm 74: 16-17," "Psalm 45: 7-8," Real Poetik (Summer 2011).

"Psalm 8," "Psalm 139," Grist (Spring 2011).

"Psalm 1," "Psalm 27," "Psalm 91," "Psalm 93," Caketrain Issue 08 (2010).

"A Horizon Not Known for Its Snow," Eleven Eleven (Fall 2010).

"brain fall," "Dummy," Esque (September 2010).

"it's true, he was a boy with a go-cart who drove by," Spiral Orb (Spring 2010).

"Self-portrait in a Train Window," "Irish Lullaby, " Prelude (Spring 2010).

"Cradle Song," Women Studies Quarterly (2009).

"Phaeton Dashed Forward, He Knew Not Whither," Green Mountains Review (Summer 2008).

"Psalm 136," "Psalm 23," "Psalm 23," "Prayer," Chicago Review (Autumn, 2007; 52:2/3/4).

"Novekphrasis," "Just Push Me Into The Water So I Can Float, " Green Integer Review. No. 9 (Jun-Oct 2007).

"In My Dream You Were Church Regulated," PIF (November 2006).

"Flown the Parrots of Averse Writing," McSweeney's Internet Tendency (September 10, 2006).

"Tine Has A Point," "Bitch Session," Sweet Cud (Autumn 2006).

"A Soup on the Tray," Ploughshares (Spring 2006).

"Doe Re::Me Doe," "The Cloak of Fronds," "Orge (sic)," "Sun Quite Bride," Salt Hill Issue 17 (Fall 2005).

"1," "2," "3," "4," "5," "Archery," "Condition," "Damsel in Undress," "Febrose," "Outcast," Free Verse (Winter 2005).

"10," "11," "12," "13," "Cicadas," "Red Maple," "Anhinga," Argotist (December 2005).

"The Village," "The Laze of Bulk," "The Lush of Sulk," Gut Cult (Winter 2005).

"Septemijo," "Heresy Rhyme," "Aching Common Sense," "When the Echophiliac Went Slack to See," "Reddening Devout of the House," Slope (Winter 2005).

"State of Mind," MiPoesias (Summer 2005).

"Ten Paces Off Confidential Information," Columbia Poetry Review (Spring/Summer

"Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake 1," "Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake 2," Skein (2005).

"Interview," Typo (No. 6, 2005).

"Brink Me," "Chide My Palsy," "Epistle," "A Lovely Girl, Sixteen Years Old,"
"The Lox," No Tell Motel (September 2004).

"The Gulf Streams, I-XIV," Bird Dog (Summer 2004).

"The Clack of Sands,""The Lack of Height," "The Brook of Palms," Aught No. 13 (2004).

"Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake," "The Hose that Jake Belt," "Unconscious Gaping Voluble," Unpleasant Event Schedule (Winter 2003).

"Awe Enduring Countenance," "Letter of Apparition," Tarpaulin Sky (Winter 2003).

"Wrestling with the Concrete I," "Wrestling with the Concrete II," "Wrestling with the Concrete III," Denver Quarterly Vol. 38, No. 3 (Fall 2003).

"Real Toads," "Barometric," "Lifestyle Cloisters," La Petite Zine Issue 13 (Summer 2003).

"A Sentimental Story about Your Wink," LIT (2003).

"A Dyad Felling and Other Toils," "Another Story with a Burning Yarn in It," 3rd bed Vol. 1, Issue 8 (2003).

"One of the Best Things Going is Inquiry," "Alchemy of the Orange," Skein Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2003).

"That's One World Too Many Out of You," "The Sons of England, We're Surely West, Heidi You Orange," HOW2 Vol. 1, No. 8 (Fall 2002).

"Numerous with Suns these Various Fruits have Heaped this Table," "Due Pandora," Castagraf Vol. 1, Issue 4. (Fall 2002).

"A Blindfold, yet Hanging in the Stars," "Cassie Tells It Like It Is, "Lilith of the Early Monikers," HOW2 Vol. 1, No. 7 (Spring 2002).

"A Daughter has her Madness Too," "Song of my (M)other," "We're Should I Lose that Hanker Chief," "Witch One is Witch a Lynching," Slope Issue 14 (Winter-Spring 2002).

"What's That?," "Hang up All Your Tragedies," 3rd bed Vol. 1, Issue 1 (1999).

Lighting the Shadow by Rachel Eliza Griffiths. The Georgia Review. (Fall 2016).

The Welsh Poems by Peter Finch. Chicago Review (Autumn 2007).

Ledger by Susan Wheeler. Boston Review (Jan/Feb, 2006).

This Connection of Everyone with Lungs by Juliana Spahr. Boston Review (Nov/Dec, 2005).

First Intensities (Winter 2004). Verse (2005).

American Godwar Complex by Patrick Herron. Verse (January, 2005).

And Then Something Happened by Susan Schultz. Boston Review (March/April, 2006).

Spar by Karen Volkman. Salt Hill (2006).

Scratch Sides: Poetry, Documentations, and Image-Text Projects by Kristin Prevallet. Verse (Summer 2004).

Alaskaphrenia by Christine Hume. Verse (November, 2004).

The Sleep that Changed Everything by Lee Ann Brown. Verse (October, 2004).

Vertical Elegies by Sam Truitt. Verse (Summer 2004).

Winter Sex by Katy Lederer. Denver Quarterly Vol. 38, No. 3 (Fall 2003).

Sleeping with the Dictionary by Harryette Mullen. The Georgia Review Vol. LVII, No. 1 (Spring 2003).

The Chime by Cort Day. EPR Issue 3 (Spring 2002).

Utopic by Claudia Keelan. EPR Issue 3 (Spring 2002).

Selected readings
Arts Estuary, New Orleasns Poetry Festival, New Orleans, LA
Art Town, Birmingham, AL
Athica Gallery, Athens, GA
2010 AWP Ahsahta offsite, Denver, CO
Avid Bookstore, Athens, GA
Bankhead Reading Series, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Best American Poetry, Makor NYC
Burning Chair Reading Series, NYC
Carrboro Poetry Festival, Carrboro, NC
Catawba Community College, Hickory, NC
Celebration of New Jersey's Literary Journals, West Caldwell, NJ
Clayton State University, Atlanta, GA
Coven Reading, Resist/Replenish, Washington DC
Deerlick Lake, Tuscaloosa, AL
Demolicious Reading Series, Cambridge, MA
Desert Island Supply Company, Birmingham, AL
Ecopoetics Conference, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Egans, Tuscaloosa, AL
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Frequency Poetry Series, Four-faced Liar, NYC
Impossible Language Reading Series, Memphis, TN
Indian Springs School, Birmingham, AL
New Voices Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Pete's Big Salmon Reading Series, Williamsburg, NY
Poets and Busboys, Washington D.C.
Potion Launch, 312 Gallery, Chicago, IL -
Pure Products Reading Series, Tuscaloosa, AL
Slashpine Poetry Hike, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Raymond Carver Reading Series, Syracuse University, NY
Tarpaulin Sky Reading Series, NYC
Trobar Reading Series, Oxford, MS
University of Connecticut, Storr, CT
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KA
University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
West End Poetry Series, Ithaca, NY
Wexford Library, Wexford, Ireland
Write Thing Reading Series, Buffalo, NY

Co-editor. Big Energy Poets: Ecopoetry Thinks Climate Change, (BlazeVOX, 2017).
Co-founder and Co-editor. Poets for Living Waters, 2010-present (web).
Faculty advisor, Trillium, Piedmont College, 2011-2012.
Founder and editor. pressing on, 2010.
"Introducing Farah Marklevits" Octopus: New Poets Issue, Summer 2005.
Assistant to the Chair. Helen Lanier Speakers Series, UGA, 2001-2003.
Assistant to the Editors. The Georgia Review, 2002-2003.
Associate Editor. Verse, 2001-2002.
Assistant Editor. Salt Hill, 1997-1998.
Poetry Editor. Salt Hill, 1996-1997.

Research Grants Committee Award, University of Alabama, 2014-2017.
College Academy of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Grant, University of Alabama,
Sawtooth Poetry Prize (runner-up), 2012.
New Issues Poetry Prize, 2003.

Job Market Graduate Committee, University of Alabama, 2016-present.
Creative Writing Departmental Subcommittee, University of Alabama, 2014-present.
Bankhead Reading Series Chair, University of Alabama, 2014-2016
Creative Writing Track Co-Director, Piedmont College, 2012-present.
Learning Communities Committee, Piedmont College-Athens, 2013-present.
Assessment Committee, Fall 2013.
Enrollment Management Committee (Curriculum Sub-committee Chair), Spring 2014
Committee for Critical Thinking, Piedmont College, 2012-present.
Writing Awards Committee, Piedmont College, 2011-present.
Administrator, Humanities Social Networking, 2011-present
Administrator, Piedmont College Writers blog, 2011-present.

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