Writer & Scholar

Jeanne Heuving

She is the 2022 Judith E. Wilson Fellow in Poetry at Cambridge University (UK). She has recently published Mood Indigo (selva oscura press, 2019), and is the editor of Nathaniel Mackey, Destination Out: Essays on His Work (U of Iowa Press, 2021), and the co-editor, along with Tyrone Williams, of Inciting Poetics: Thinking and Writing Poetry (Recencies Series, University of New Mexico Press, 2019). Her Brilliant Corners is forthcoming from Chax Press in 2022.

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Jeanne Heuving is a writer and scholar. She is the 2022 Judith E. Wilson Fellow in Poetry at Cambridge University (UK). She has recently published Mood Indigo (selva oscura press, 2019), and is the editor of Nathaniel Mackey, Destination Out: Essays on His Work (U of Iowa Press, 2021), and the co-editor, along with Tyrone Williams, of Inciting Poetics: Thinking and Writing Poetry (Recencies Series, University of New Mexico Press, 2019). Her Brilliant Corners is forthcoming from Chax Press in 2022. Black Square Editions will be publishing Air Time, as part of the now concluded trilogy of three books, including Mood Indigo and Brilliant Corners, under the title of Indigo Angel in 2023. Heuving's The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics is in the Modern and Contemporary Poetics series (University of Alabama Press 2016). Her cross genre book Incapacity (Chiasmus Press) won a 2004 Book of the Year Award from Small Press Traffic. Other books include Transducer (Chax 2008), and Omissions Are Not Accidents: Gender in the Art of Marianne Moore (Wayne State, 1992).. Heuving is a professor in the Interdisciplinary Arts and Science program at the University of Washington (UW) Bothell and is on the graduate faculty in the English Department at UW Seattle. She founded the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics at UW Bothell and served as its first director. She is the recipient of grants from the Fulbright Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, Simpson Humanities Center, and the Beinecke Library at Yale.