2013» Kathleen M. Heideman interviewed on the Doug Garrison Show (episode airing 1-31-13): Doug interviews the new Director of Marquette Arts & Culture Center, Tiina Harris, and speaks with several new instructors teaching Marquette Arts & Culture workshops…
2012 » “Heideman Sisters Share Creative Gene,” Clintonville Chronicle, WI
2010 » “Heideman named Wurlitzer fellow,” Post Crescent, WI
2010 » “Poet to share Poems of Refuge,” Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, WI
2010 » “Cabin Fever: Artists chosen for Aspen Guard Station Program” by Ted Holteen, Durango Herald, CO
2010 » Spanning the Globe: Heideman serves artist residency in the Badlands
PDF version: Sugar Bush native serves artist residency in the Badlands. Print and online versions of article from Post-Crescent West, WI
Interviewed on the occasion of a terrific new book of photography by Stuart Klipper, Antarctic friend and mentor who has been to the ice multiple times (five times through the National Science Foundation’s Artists & Writers program). Stuart’s new book is THE ANTARCTIC: FROM THE CIRCLE TO THE POLE. Interview includes audio as aired on November 4, 2008, text transcript, and multiple photos from Stuart’s new book. See: “Picturing the Cold” | Minnesota Public Radio NewsQ
Bonus: listen to an audio version of my poem Human, considering the Polar Plateau
2008 » Interviewed by Stan Wright – Public Radio 90 WNMU (Michigan). Audio:
In this 22 minute recording (MP3 audio), the Minneapolis College of Art & Design’s Rebecca Alm and Kathleen Heideman share some thoughts on podcasting, data visualization, and much more.EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
“The things that one might expect to see in poetry make their appearances in her work: landscapes and the people in them, flora and fauna. But the central characters of her Antarctic poems are scientists at work. She uses them to tease out the common theme that unites science and poetry: curiosity.”
Article includes the poem The Process of Extinction (MN Science Museum).
19 minute recording (MP3 audio) of an interview with an Antarctic-bound poet and developer from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
“Consider the headlines: Pit Mine Expands — Frog Limb Loss Unexplained — Experts Fear Aquifer Shrinking — new absences are reported each morning, lurking under meadows, basements — I’m not talking rabbit holes here, I’m talking towns collapsing like jack-o-lanterns, landfills dreaming of Landcruisers, barrels like buried tornadoes, that “Giant Sucking Sound” we misidentified. Poetry seems the only hopeful response.”