“Invisible,” Written Here, Community of Writers, 2019.
Reviews and Glossa
River Volta Review of Books, Fall 2020.
Towards a Prairie Atonement,” River Volta Review of Books, Spring 2020.
Awards and Honors
Poet of the Month, Yes! Poetry, October 2020.
Edney Master Scholar for International Understanding in the Humanities and Fine Arts,
Dr. Edward McCourt Memorial Award in English, 2020.
Hantelman Humanities Scholarship, 2019.
King County WA 4Culture Group Arts and Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Youth Arts Grants for Heritage and Civic Revitalization and Disadvantaged
Youth, 2011, 2010.
Citation by NEA/PBS initiative for founding/artistic directing The Children’s
Globe, a major community contributor to arts education in Washington State,
providing community theatre workshops for children, 2001.
Residencies and Mentorships
France’s Musée National de Préhistoire, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, 2020.
University of Saskatchewan MFA in Writing mentorship with Karen Solie, 2019.
International Feminisms, Faber for the Arts, Science and Humanities, Catalonia,
Leighton Artist Colony, The Banff Centre for The Arts, 2005, 2001.
Presentations, Readings, Demonstrations, Recordings, and Broadcasts
“Poetry and Paleolithic Cave Art: Excavating Prehistoric Practices for the
Anthropocene Survival.” Excavations, 26th Annual English Graduate Conference,
McGill University, 2020.
“Contours: A poetry reading through cave art’s symbolic cultural landscape.”
Literary Eclectic XIV, University of Saskatchewan English Conference, 2019.
It’s About Time series featured reader, Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA, 2018.
“Flow” and “Waiting for the Wind,” Studies in rhythm with The NW Dalcroze Society,
Seattle, WA. 2015, 2001.
“Solstice Lullaby,” arr. by J. Schnebly-Black, Ph.D., recorded by J. Roth, 2009.
“The Reservoir,” Third Place Books, Seattle, WA, 2006.
“Heel,” University of Washington Bookstore, Seattle, WA, 2006.
“Hear The Lake,” Fishtrap Bedtime Stories, on KWVR-FM Radio, Enterprise, OR, 2005.
“I Love My Bed,” and “Swimming Hole,” in Songs by the Dozen, a Song Making Children
CD, produced by Janis Carper of Second Chance Productions, Seattle, WA, 2001.