Stephanie Heit is a poet, dancer, and teacher of somatic writing, Contemplative Dance Practice, and Kundalini Yoga. She lives with bipolar disorder and is a member of the Olimpias, an international disability performance collective. The Color She Gave Gravity (The Operating System 2017) is her debut poetry collection, and her work most recently appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Typo, Streetnotes, Nerve Lantern, Queer Disability Anthology, Spoon Knife Anthology, Theatre Topics, and Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. She has been awarded residencies at Vandaler Forening in Oslo, Norway, and The Thicket in Darien, Georgia. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with her partner and collaborator, Petra Kuppers.

Stephanie Heit is a contributor to Nerve Lantern issues 3, 4, 8, 10, and suppl. 1.


last updated 2-20-17