Online Links

Video Links

November 23rd reading from When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through

“The Where in My Belly.” “Vote the Earth.” Kent State University Wick Poetry Center. Home:
Poem is on the map in far Northeastern Minnesota: Digital Project.

Poetry Reading: “Poem on Disappearance.” Split This Rock’s 2020 Virtual Poetry Reading Series. May 29, 2020.

Poetry Reading: One Poem: A Protest Reading in Support of Black Lives. Presented by the Poetry Coalition of the Academy of American Poets. My poem “Dead Letter.”

Poetry Reading: “Refractions” by Kimberly Blaeser:

Poetry Reading: “Apprenticed to Justice,” “Cream City Live!”  University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 2016:

Poetry Reading: Minobaamadizi,” A Plague of Poetry: 50 days of Poems, ed. by Hugh McMillan, Scotland.  Thursday, 28 May 2020

Video Interview & Performance, College of the Menominee Nation:

Video Program, Three Segments: “Kimberly Blaeser: Writing Process” (parts 1 and 2), “Kimberly Blaeser: Interview” Wisconsin Writes, (Madison: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 2015) :

Video Program, “Writing Wisconsin’s Communities,” Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Wisconsin Public Television, May 03, 2016:

Interview, “Interviews with Six Native Women Writers, Part 3: Ruby Hansen Murray and Kimberly Blaeser,” World Literature Today, recorded October 9, 2017, published. January 3, 2018.

Poems Online

Alexandre Gallery April Virtual Exhibit “Poems and Paintings.” Poem included: “Wellspring: Words from Water”;slide:7

“The Way We Love Something Small,” Poem-a-Day. Academy of American Poets. April 8, 2020. Web.

“A Water Poem for Remembering.”  Poem of the Week. Split This Rock. The Quarry. March 13, 2020. Web.

“All, Alone,” & “Oh, Sheltering Bodies.” “Hope, Anger, Inspiration, & More for Each Day.” Black Earth Institute. Web.

“A Quest for Universal Suffrage,” Project 19: The Poetry. NYC: New York Philharmonic, 2020. Web.

“A Song for Giving Back,” at “Making Waves: Live in Milwaukee,” To the Best of Our Knowledge, May 05, 2018.

“Rosetta Stone, Two” and “The Dignity of Gestures” & Picto-Poem “Eloquence of Aki.” About Place Journal: Dignity as an Endangered Species in the 21st Century.  Ed. Pam Uschuk, Cindy Fuhrman, & Maggie Miller.  May 2019. Web.

Kimberly Blaeser & Amber Blaeser-Wardzala, “4 Years, 471 Miles Later,” “Choose a Side in the War,” & “The Timbre of Astral Voices.” Jet Fuel Review.  , Issue 17, Spring 2019. 153-55. Web.

Kimberly Blaeser & Margaret Noodin, “Taproot,” Underbelly. Issue 6, Spring 2019. Web.

“‘Because We Come From Everything’” and “Of Eons and Epics.” Kenyon Review Online, March/April 2018. Web.

Three Poems in French Translation “Ikwe-niimi: Résister en dansant (Ikwe-niimi: Dancing Resistance), “Manoominike-giizis,” “Les mots d’après (After Words).”  Translation by Béatrice Machet. Levure littéraire.  (Numéro 14, 2018). Web.

 “Dictionary for a New Century,”Mujeres Talk, ed. Theresa Delgadillo, (January 2014). Web.

Blog Post, “Another Way to Say: Please Stand,” & “Eloquence of Earth” in Blog Post “Holders of the Light,” Mujeres Talk, ed. Theresa Delgadillo, (May, 2014). Web. 

Radio Appearances & Podcasts Links

Radio Interview, “Writing Poetry During A Pandemic,” Wisconsin Public Radio, The Morning Show, May 4, 2020.

Radio Interview, “Copper Yearning, A Collection Of Poems,” The Morning Show, January 1, 2020.

Radio Interview, for Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice, WORT 89.9 FM, 8 O’clock Buzz, April 8, 2019.

Interview Podcast, Interview by Janet McAdams, Kenyon Review,

Radio Poetry Performance, “A Song for Giving Back,” at “Making Waves: Live in Milwaukee,” To the Best of Our Knowledge, May 05, 2018. (Link to Poem:

Radio Interview, “Who Owns Water,” To the Best of Our Knowledge, October 16, 2016. (Link to Interview, “Wisconsin’s Poet Laureate on the Deeper Meaning of Water” interviewed by Anne Strainchamps), (Link to “An Anishinaabe Poem and Creation Story,” Poem, “Dreams of Water Bodies”)

Radio Interview, “The Natural Beauty of the Wisconsin Idea” with Anne Strainchamps, “The Wisconsin Idea (Special),” To the Best of Our Knowledge, live recording May 26, 2016, released June 12, 2016.

Audio Essay, “Of Spines and Dreams” for “Wisconsin Life: The Power of Poetry,” Central Time, Wisconsin Public Radio, May 16, 2016.

Radio Interview, “Meet Kimberly Blaeser, Wisconsin’s New Poet Laureate” WPR with Chuck Quirmbach, January 11, 2015.

Radio Interview with Chuck Quirmbach, “Native American Writers Gather in Milwaukee,” WPR, September 5, 2012. Link:

Radio Interview: KOJB Book of the Month, January 11, 2012.

Photo Links

Photo, “Rapture.” About Place Journal: Dignity as an Endangered Species in the 21st Century.  Ed. Pam Uschuk, Cindy Fuhrman, & Maggie Miller.  May 2019. Web.