- Address. Heyen, William // Provincetown Arts;2006/2007, Vol. 21, p136
The article presents the poem "Address," by William Heyen. First Line: Constructing my own Holocaust book, Last Line: their desiccated vellum, even while remembering.
- WILLIAM HAINES. // House Beautiful;Apr2012, Vol. 154 Issue 3, p95
The article offers information on interior designer William Haines, who created lavish residences for celebrities such as, Joan Crawford, Carole Lombard, Gloria Swanson and Barbara Stanwyck, among many others.
- Directive. Heyen, William // Great River Review;Fall/Winter2008, Issue 49, p25
Presents the poem "Directive," by William Heyen. First Line: "A Poetics of Hiroshima" buckets; Last Line: stand / withstand this kind of beauty.
- Underground Tide: Poems: Downriver. Heyen, William; Krapf, Norbert // Under Open Sky;1986, p85
The poem "Downriver," by Willia Heyen is presented. First Line: At the country auction, boxes of books. In one, Last Line: imagining flames, imagining love, and decide.
- Butterfly. Heyen, William // Great River Review;Fall/Winter2012, Issue 57, p82
The poem "Butterfly" by William Heyen is presented. First Line: Terezin girl with a pencil, she draws. Last Line: draw me, draw near to me, draw from me.
- Shekhinah. Heyen, William // Great River Review;Fall/Winter2012, Issue 57, p83
The poem "Shekhinah" by William Heyen is presented. First Line: in a wood. Last Line: with child!"
- Religion. Heyen, William // American Poetry Review;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p22
Presents the poem "Religion," by William Heyen. First Line: To approximate a mass grave, Last Line: the third its sacred heart.
- Cage. Heyen, William // Onearth;Summer2012, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p56
The poem "Cage," by William Heyen is presented. First Line: On the TV show about crabbing the Bering Sea; Last Line: live long enough to hear our engines break down above them.
- Card. HEYEN, WILLIAM // Great River Review;Fall/Winter2014, Issue 61, p45
The poem "Card" by William Heyen is presented. First Line: The sheer frenzied viciousness of it, the screwdriver driven; Last Line: The king of diamonds.