Heidi Reszies is a poet and transdisciplinary artist. Her creative work embodies the quotidian as feminist practice, and seeks to enact and expand liminal spaces — through text and textile — with attention to marginality, dailyness, and domestic arrangements.
Reszies earned an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is the author of the poetry collections Illusory Borders, published by The Operating System (2019), and Of Water & Other Soft Constructions, which was selected by Samiya Bashir as the winner of the 2018 Anhinga Robert Dana Prize for Poetry. She serves as book designer for Dream Pop Press, is the founding creator/curator of Artifact Press, and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia where she teaches letterpress printing at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts.