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Heidi Hart is a Pushcart Prize-winning poet and singer based in Salt Lake City. Her books include the memoir GRACE NOTES (University of Utah Press, 2004) and the four-poet collection EDGE BY EDGE (Toadlily Press, 2007). Heidi holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied both poetry and music. Her recital work has ranged from medieval Norwegian music to contemporary art song; her latest project is a concert titled “The Body Politic” that includes music of Schubert, Hanns Eisler, John Adams, Osvaldo Golijov, and Frederic Rzewski, in collaboration with pianist Jason Hardink and poet Maria Melendez. Heidi is also working on a collection of essays exploring intersections of art and violence, with the help of a Utah Arts Council grant for travel and research in 2007. Heidi teaches creative writing at Westminster College and has a private voice studio in her home. In her treasured free time, she loves hiking and making music with her two sons.