Poetry Publications

Poetry Anthologies from the Last Ten Years

“Poem on Disappearance.” Living Nations, Living Words: An Anthology of First Peoples Poetry, ed. Joy Harjo, with The Library of Congress, forward Carla D Hayden. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, forthcoming 2021. Print.

3 Poems: “Truce,” “Found Recipe, Mikinaak Dibaajimowin,” and “An Old Story.” Yellow Medicine Review. 2021. Print. p. 71-75

Five Poems, Manoominike-giizis,” “Again the Night,” “The Knife my Father Gave Me at Eight,” “The Way We Love Something Small,” and “After Words.” In Other Words: Poems by Wisconsin Poets in English and Chinese ed. Lisa Vihos and Sylvia Cavanaugh, Chicago: Chicago Academic Press. Print. p. 2-13

“Tonsorium,” Community & Connection Anthology, eds. Bruce Dethlefsen, Kathleen Serley, and Angela Voras-Hills.  Wisconsin: Bent Paddle Press, 2020. Print. p. 15

Six Poems. “Apprenticed to Justice,” “Refractions,” “Fantasies of Women,” “Where I Was That Day,” “Of Fractals and Pink Flowering,” and “When We Sing Of Might.” No More Can Fit Into the Evening An Anthology of Diverse Voices, Poetry from the English Speaking World. Ed. Standing Feather and Thomas Davis. Sturgeon Bay, WI: Four Windows Press. 55-69. Print.

Three Poems, “Alaskan Poems You Didn’t Write,” “The Way We Love Something Small” (“Pause before the mirrored gray”), & “Rituals, Yours—and Mine.” Through This Door: Wisconsin in Poems, eds. Margaret Rozga and Angela Trudell Vasquez. Madison: Art Night Books, 2020. 10-12, 75, 90. Print.

Three Poems: “Captivity,” “Apprenticed to Justice,” and “Dreams of Water Bodies/Nibii-Wiiyawan Bawaadanan.” When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry. 
A Contributing Editor for the Northeast and Midwest
Intro Essay for the section “Writing A Poetry of Continuance.”

Reprint. “This Song,” 2021 Wisconsin Poets’ Calendar. Ed. Keesia Hyzer, Nancy Jesse, & Gillian Nevers. Forthcoming 2021.

Two Poems, “On Climbing Petroglyphs” and “Lost Mothers.” Rocked by the Water: Poems of Motherhood.  Ed. Margaret Hasse & Athena Kildegaard. Minneapolis: Nodin P, 2020. 105-06, 130. Print.

“Bird Effigy. Along the Mississippi backwaters,” Contours: A Literary Landscape. Viroqua, WI: Drinftless Writing Center, 2020. 66-67. Print.

“On Mapping Ideas,” Wisconsin People and Ideas: 150 Years. Madison: Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, 2019. 56. Print.

“Flights.” Thanku: Poems of Gratitude.  Ed. Miranda Paul.  Minneapolis: Lerner Publishing, 2019.  5. Print.

“Of Nalusachito and the Course of Rivers.” Louis Owens: Writing Land and Legacy.  Ed. Joe Lockard & A. Robert Lee.  Albuquerque: U of New Mexico Press, 2019.  293-94. Print.

Six Poems, “Captivity,” “Fantasies of Women,” “Apprenticed to Justice,” “Goodbye to All That,” “Of Fractals and Pink Flowering, “Rewriting Your Life.” Native Voices: Honoring Indigenous Poetry from North America.  Ed. Dean Rader & CMarie Fuhrman.  North Adamas, MA: Tupelo Press, 2019.  209-217, 308-310. Print.

Five Poems, “Of the many ways to say: Please Stand,” “Sacred Stone Camp,” “Bawaajige,” “Regarding the Care of Homeless Children,” & “Tribal Mound, Earth Sutra.” Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice.   Eds. R. A. Riekki & Andrea Scarpino.  East Lansing: Michigan State UP, 2019. 7, 23—25, 38-39, 45-47, 190-91. Print.

“Oology” and “Ikwe-niimi: Dancing Resistance,” Poetry Hall: Chinese and English Bilingual Journal. Vol. 2. No. 2, June 2019. 110-11. Print.

Two Collaborative Poems with Margaret Noodin, “Undocumented& “Transformations: Ziigwan.”  They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing.  Eds. Simone Muench & Dean Rader.  New York: Black Lawrence Press, 2018.  56-58. Print.

Four Poems in French Translation, “Initiés à la justice (Apprenticed to Justice),” “Quand nous chantons le pouvoir (When We Sing of Might),” “Fantaisies de femmes (Fantasies of Women),” and “Campement du rocher sacré (Sacred Stone Camp).”   Trans. Béatrice Machet.  Au-delà du chagrin (Beyond Sorrow).  Ed. Béatrice Machet.  Marignane, France: Wallâda Publishing, 2018.  33-45. Print.

“Eloquence of Earth” (excerpt). Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology. Ed. Melissa Tuckey.  Athens, GA: U of Georgia Press, 2018.  207-08. Print.

Two Poems, “Sutra, In Umber” & “After Taiwan.” Thinking Continental: Writing the Planet One Place at a Time.  Eds. Tom Lynch, Susan Naramore Maher, Drucilla Wall, & O. Alan Weltzien.  Lincoln: U of Nebraska 2017. 120-22. Print.

Minobimaadizi.” Poetry of Presence: An Anthology of Mindfulness Poems.  Eds. Phyllis Cole-Dai & Ruby Wilson.  Bruce, SD: Back Porch Productions, LLC, 2017.  121. Print.

Poem & Photo, “Captivity.” World Literature Today: New Native Writing from Wounded Knee to Standing Rock.  Guest Ed. Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.  May-August 2017.  82-83. Print

“Ode to Uncles.” Reprinted in Yellow Medicine Review 10th Anniversary Retrospective.  Ed. Judy Wilson.  (Spring 2017).  53-55. Print.

Five Poems, “Voices in the Dessert, 2010,” “Shiteet, The Smallest Pearl,” “Fatima at the Bab el-Bahrain Souk,” “Unlawful Assembly,” & “Before Pearl Square.”  The World is One Place: Native American Poets Visit the Middle East.  Eds. Diane Glancy & Linda Rodriquez.  Kansas City: BkMk Press, 2017.  29-34. Print.

Two Poems, Reprints of“Summary Tabulations Descriptive of One Hundred and Fifty Chippewa Indian Families on the White Earth Reservation” & “Naming the Light.” We Contain Multitudes: Twelve Years of Softblow.  Eds. Jason Wee & Cyril Wong.  Singapore: Epigram Books, 2016.  32-33. Print.

Three Poems in Hungarian Translation: “A darvak nyelve,” (“A Crane Language”) “Családfa,” (“Family Tree,”) & “Anza Borrego, 1995.”  Medvefelhő a város felett: Észak-amerikai indián költők antológiája.  Ed. Gyukics Gábor.  Budapest, Hungary: Scolar Kiadó, 2015.  132-39. Print.

Two Poems, “Slippage” and “Eloquence of Earth.”  Amethyst and Agate: Poems of Lake Superior. Eds. Jim Perlman, Deborah Cooper, Mara Hart, & Pamela Mittlefehldt. Duluth, MN: Holy Cow! Press, 2015.  12-15. Print.

Two Poems, “Apprenticed to Justice” and “‘Native Americans’ vs. ‘The Poets.’”  In The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Vol. E, ed. Paul Lauter. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2014). Print.

Haiku, “Infinity” and “Four in Bronze,” in The Sacred in Contemporary Haiku, ed. Robert Epstein, (North Charleston, SC: Create Space, 2014)  43-44. Print.

Poem & Picto-Poem, “Speaking, Like Old Desire,” & “Ephemeral Habitation at Cavate,” The Cream City Review: Returning the Gift, Indigenous Futures, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2014)  75-76. Print.

Two Poems, “Exit 135” and “Surveyor, 1849” in Echolocations: Poets Map Madison, eds. Sarah Busse, Shoshauna Shy, & Wendy Vardaman (Middleton, WI: Cowfeather Press, 2013) 192-94. Print.

“This Elder Landscape,” Spirit of the Ojibwe: Images of Lac Courte Oreilles Elders, ed. Sara Balbin, James Bailey, & Thelma Nayquonabe (Duluth, MN: Holy Cow! Press, 2012)  ix. Print.

Four Poems: “Ice Tricksters and Shadow Stories,” “On the Way to the Chicago Pow-Wow,” “Absentee Indians,” & “March 1998: Seeking Solace,” in The Open Light: Poets from Notre Dame, 1991-2008, ed. Orlando Menes (Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame Press, 2011)  48-56. Print.

Three Poems: “Song of the Frail Branch,” “Some Kind of Likeness,” and “A Crane Language,” in Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, ed. Allison Hedge Coke, (Tuscon: U of Arizona Press, 2011)  268-71. Print.

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Other Poetry Publications

“Poem on Disappearance.” Living Nations, Living Words: A Map of First Peoples Poetry, curated by Joy Harjo, Library of Congress, 2020. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020785226/  and https://www.loc.gov/ghe/cascade/index.html?appid=be31c5cfc7614d6680e6fa47be888dc3&bookmark=Map

“About Standing (in Kinship).” Poetry Magazine. Forthcoming 2020.

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

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

Two Poems, “All, Alone,” & “Oh, Sheltering Bodies.” “Hope, Anger, Inspiration, & More for Each Day.” Black Earth Institute. Web. https://blackearthinstitute.org/all-alone-oh-sheltering-bodies/?fbclid=IwAR33C2nV-p2V55_ITGGbWK7qHv4MumFWk8HVOgAsjgqDQwlgSFq-BrqM6_o

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

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

Haiku, in The 20 Poems Project, forthcoming. Installation May 2020, Print forthcoming.

Poem in Hungarian, “2019 április 12/April 22, 2019.” Translated by Gábor Gyukics. Deák + garden: Literary-cultural portal. May 16, 20202. Web. http://deakkert.dfmvk.hu/hu/vers/gyukics-gabor-muforditasai?fbclid=IwAR0cR4blP6nk8QDySFRJiX77fXr0iIzx3LxwcihHUqyveahvC8R72kFo6to

Two Poems & One Picto-Poem, Poems “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. https://aboutplacejournal.org/issues/dignity-as-an-endangered-species/

Three Collaborative Poems (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. https://www.jetfuelreview.com/uploads/5/9/9/4/59942345/jfr_issue_17_spring_2019-pz.pdf

Collaborative Poem & Feature (Kimberly Blaeser & Margaret Noodin), “Taproot,” Underbelly. Issue 6, Spring 2019. Web. https://www.underbellymag.com/blaser-noodin

Two Poems, “‘Because We Come From Everything’” and “Of Eons and Epics.” Kenyon Review Online, March/April 2018. Web. https://www.kenyonreview.org/kr-online-issue/2018-marapr/selections/kimberly-blaeser-763879/

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.

Two Poems, “When We Sing of Might” & “Wellspring: Words from Water.” “New Poetry by Indigenous Women.”   Ed. Natalie Diaz.  Literary Hub (February 13, 2018). Web.

“Words on Yearning.” “Touching the Transcendent: Faithful Poems.” Faith ND.  Ed. Josh Noem, (July 2017). Web. http://faith.nd.edu/s/1210/faith/interior.aspx?sid=1210&gid=609&pgid=10746 (feature intro & link to poem)
http://faith.nd.edu/s/1210/faith/interior.aspx?sid=1210&gid=609&pgid=36664&cid=72052&ecid=72052&crid=0&calpgid=10746&calcid=25903 (poem text).

“The Texture of Hatching.” Wisconsin Poets’ Calendar 2018. Ed. Richard Swanson & Ed Werstein. Eau Claire: Documation, LLC, 2017. 28. Print.

“These Small Turns of Memory.” Brain Mill Press Celebrates Poetry Month 2017.  Ed. Christina Kubasta, Web. 
http://www.brainmillpress.com/bmp-celebrates-poetry-month-2017/ (for feature cover) http://www.brainmillpress.com/kimberlyblaeser/voices/national-poetry-month-2017/small-turns-memory/ (for poem text).

“Rattle.” Letterpress Broadside. Design Gaylord Shanilec.  St. Paul: Midnight Paper Sales, 2016. Print.
http://www.midnightpapersales.com/broadsides.html (Link to Image of Broadside, 7/7/16).

“Cadastre, Apostle Islands.” Imagine Our Parks with Poems. The Academy of American Poets, (November 2016). Web.  
www.poets.org/poetsorg/imagine-our-parks-poems (Link to Feature Site), www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/cadastre-apostle-islands (Link to Poem).

“Dispersion: A Treatise.” Poem for UWM 60th Anniversary, September 2016. Web.
http://uwm.edu/60thanniversary/anniversary-poem/ (Link to Page).

“Of Fractals and Pink Flowering.” MMoCA (Madison Museum of Contemporary Art) Exhibit & Collection Poetry Speaks: Wisconsin Poets Animate, Celebrate, and Deliberate the Value of the Arts.  Madison: Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, April 2016.  np. Print. Reprinted by Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, August 2016. Web. http://www.wfop.org/2016-poetry-speaks/ (Feature Link), https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55cdd4d7e4b0dc6eee4156d4/t/57b8d16febbd1a60cf762dc7/1471730031779/Kimberly+Blaeser.pdf (Link to Poem).

“Winter Aurora.” Eat Local, Read Local.  UW-Milwaukee Creative Writing Program, 2016. Print.

“A Litany of Other.” Excerpt in Yahara Prairie Lights.  Ed. Jerry McGinley. 2016. Web.

“After Words.” Letterpress Broadside Design, Wendy Vardaman.  Middleton, WI: Cowfeather Press, 2016. Print.

“Pica.” The Municipality. 114.4 (April 2016)  33. Print.  Also in “Poetry for Creative Economy Week.” Arts Wisconsin. Web. http://www.artswisconsin.org/actioncenter/creative-economy-week/creativeeconomyweekpoetry/#blaeser (Link to Feature & Poem).

“Manoominike-giizis.” Reprint in Letterpress Broadside. Design, Daniel Goscha; Handmade Paper, Debra Jircik.  Rhinelander, WI: Mill Paper and Book Arts, 2015. Print.

Two Poems, “Mochi, Prisoner of War” & “Estate of Chief Black Kettle (1813-1868).” Common-Place: The Journal of Early American Life, “Stories of Native Presence and Survivance in Commemoration of the 151st Anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre.”  Ed. Billy Stratton,  16.1 (Fall 2015). np. Web. http://common-place.org/book/stories-of-native-presence-and-survivance-in-commemoration-of-the-151st-anniversary-of-the-sand-creek-massacre/ (Link to issue).

Three Poems, “Another Intimation,” “A Subjectifixation Cento for Two Voices,” and “Fire, After Fire.” Celebrating April Poetry Month, 2015, Woodland Pattern Book Center, April 30, 2015. Web.  https://woodlandpattern.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/april-poetry-month-day-30-wisconsin-poet-laureate-kimberly-blaeser/

Two Poems & 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.
https://library.osu.edu/blogs/mujerestalk/2014/05/13/holders-of-the-light/ (Link)

 “Dictionary for a New Century,”Mujeres Talk, ed. Theresa Delgadillo, (January 2014). Web. https://library.osu.edu/blogs/mujerestalk/2014/01/14/dictionary-for-a-new-century/

“BWCA Gourmet,” in Poetry and Food are a Nice Pair, ed. Anne Schamberg, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, April 1. 2014. Web. http://archive.jsonline.com/features/food/poetry-and-food-are-a-nice-pair-b99232454z1-253414361.html

“Surveyor, 1849,”in “Beyond the Water’s Edge” Exhibit, Goodman South Branch Library Madison (November- December 2013) & various sites in Wisconsin throughout 2014.

“Winter Transfigurations,” Chanzen Museum of Art Bridge Poetry Series. Web.

“What You Like About Birds,” Verse Wisconsin, Issue 109 (July 2012). Web.
link to issue: http://www.versewisconsin.org/issue109.html 
link to poem: http://www.versewisconsin.org/Issue109/poems/blaeser.html

Two Poems, “Again the Night” and “Tincture.” Sentence: A Journal of Prose Poetics.  Ed. Dean Rader.  7 (2009).  138-39. Print.

“Apprenticed to Justice.”  Fire and Ink: An Anthology of Social Action Writing.  Eds. Diana Garcia, Frances Payne Adler, Debra Busman.  Tucson, AZ: U of Arizona Press, 2009,  57-59. Print.

“MIA, Foreign and Domestic.” Birthed from Scorched Hearts: Women Respond to War.  Ed. Marijo Moore.  Golden, CO: Fulcrum, 2008. 146-48. Print.

“20 September.” Wisconsin Poets’ Calendar 2009.  Ed. Kathy Dodd Miner & Nancy F. Rafal. Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets.  Dodgeville, WI: Inkwell Printers, 2008. 84. Print.

Two Poems, “Tornado’s Fourth Wall,” “Manoominike-giizis.” Future Earth. 1 (2008).  16-18. Print.

“Manoominike-giizis.” Eat Local, Read Local Broadside Series.University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee Creative Writing Program. Spring 2008. Print.

Three Poems, “Family Tree,” “Fantasies of Women,” “Refractions.” Force Majeure: Utan Kayu International Literary Biennale.  Ed. Eko Endarmoko, Ian Campbell, Wikan SatriatiJakarta, Indonesia: Kalam & Langgeng Gallery, 2007.  335-47. Print.

Six Poems, “Red Lake,” “The Spirit of Matter,” “These Oaths We Take,” “Ode to Uncles,” “Housing Conditions of One Hundred Fifty Chippewa Families,” “Goodbye to All That.” Yellow Medicine Review.  Ed. Guadalupe Solis. 1 (2007).  31-32, 38-45. Print.

Three Poems, “Remembrance of Years,” “Housing Conditions of One Hundred Fifty Chippewa Families,” “This Dance.” To Topos Poetry International: Ahani: Indigenous American Poetry. Ed. Allison Hedge Coke.  9 (Fall 2006).  89-97. Print.

“The More I Learn of Men’s Plumbing.” Cream City Review: 30th Anniversary Issue.  Ed. Phong Nguyen. 30.2 (Fall 2006). 32. Print.

“Housing Conditions of One Hundred and Fifty Chippewa Families.” Harvest International, No. 33 (Fall/Winter 2006-2007).  12-15. Print.

Six Poems, “MIA, Foreign and Domestic,” Stories of Fire,” What We Learned from Red Lake,” “Some Kind of Likeness,” “Grace of Crossings,” Resisting Shape or Language.” Pembroke Magazine.  Ed. Jesse Peters. 38 (Fall 2006).  7, 112-19. Print.

“Apprenticed to Justice.” Eating Fire, Tasting Blood: An Anthology of the American Indian Holocaust.  Ed. Marijo Moore.  New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2006.  370-73. Print.

“Stories of Fire.” Cold Mountain Review.  Ed. Christopher Teuton. 34.1 (Fall 2005)  20-22. Print.

“What We Learned from Red Lake.” Yakhhika-látuhse.  Ed/ Jim Stevens.  Oneida, WI: Oneida Nation Arts Program, 2005.  6. Print.

Two Poems, “Dictionary for a New Century” and “What They Did by Lamplight.” Sweeping Beauty: Contemporary Poets do Housework.  Ed. Pamela Gemin.  Iowa City: U of Iowa Press, 2005.  16-18. Print.

“Tightrope.” Freelunch: A Poetry Miscellany. 32 (Winter 2004). 23. Print.

Six Poems, “Apprenticed to Justice,” “Family Tree,” “Where I Was That Day,” “Recite the

Names of All the Suicided Indians,” “Rewriting Your Life,” “Haiku Seasons,” “your old lost

Loves.” Other Voices International Project.  Ed. Roger Humes.  Vol. 7, 2004. Web. http://www.othervoicespoetry.org

“In the Tradition of the Peacemakers.” Saint Benedict’s Magazine.(Summer 2004). 22. Print.

Untitled Haiku. Modern Haiku: An Independent Journal of Haiku and Haiku Studies. 35.2 (Summer 2004). 10. Print.

Three Poems, “Drawing Breath,” “Fantasies of Women,” and “Seasonal.” Third Coast Review.(Fall 2003).  27-32. Print.

Four Poems, “Family Tree,” “Fetal Disposition,”  “Haiku Seasons,” and “Recite the Names of All the Suicided Indians.” Imaginary (Re-) Locations: Tradition, Modernity, and the Market in Contemporary Native American Literature and Culture.  Ed. Helmbrecht Breinig.  Tuebingen, Germany: Stauffenburg, 2003. 11-18. Print.

Two Poems, “Refractions,” “Indian in Search of an Entourage.” The Cream City Review. 27.1 (Spring 2003).  29-30. Print.

“From Memory’s Daybook.” Notre Dame Magazine.(Spring 2003). 90. Print.

“Apprenticed to Justice.” Valparaiso Poetry Review: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics.IV.1 (Fall/Winter 2002-2003). Web. www.valpo.edu/english/vpr/v4n1.html

“Resisting Shape or Language.” Studies in American Indian Literatures.14.2 & 3 (Summer/Fall 2002).  99-100. Print.

“Shadow Sisters.” Sister Nations: Native American Women Writers on Community. Ed. Laura Tohe and Heid Erdrich. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2002. 10-13. Print.

Two Poems, “This Guy Back Home” and “Twelve Steps to Ward Off Homesickness.” Free Lunch. 27 (Winter 2001). 19-21. Print.

Collaborative Poetry Project, Contributor to ROUNDDANCE 2001, a multi-authored poem created and displayed on-line, performed and distributed on CD-ROM. http://asongbird.com/hello-world-2/

“Where Vizenor Soaked His Feet.” Cream City Review. 25.1 & 2 (Summer 2001).  127-28. Print.

“Family Tree.” Rosebud.  21 (2001).  62-63. Print.

“Kitchen Voices.” My Home as I Remember.  Ed. Lee Maracle & Sandra Laronde. Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, 2000.  25-29. Print.

Four Poems, “Living History,” “Where I Was That Day,” “Rewriting Your Life,” and “Rituals, Yours—and Mine.” Nothing But the Truth.  Ed. John Purdy & Jim Ruppert. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 2001.  435-41. Print.

Two Poems, “letter, from one half mad writer to another,” and “This Guy Back Home.” Rampike: Aboriginal Perspectives. 11.2 (2000).  55.

“The Last Fish House.” South Dakota Review: Native American Writers 2000.  38.1 (Spring 2000).  93-99. Print.

Excerpt, “Alaskan Mountain Stories.” Spirit of the Center. XII 4.  Pembroke, N.C.: Native American Resource Center, 2000.  1.  Print.

“Y2K Indian.” Wisconsin Academy Review. 46.1 (Winter 1999-2000).  51-52. Print.

Two Poems, “Studies in Migration” and “Those Things That Come to You at Night.” Reprinted in Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Vol. X, A  Retrospective of the First Decade.  Ed. Greg Young-ing and Florence Belmore.  Penticton: British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1999.  51, 102-04. Print.

Two Poems, “Recite the Names of All the Suicided Indians,” “Lament.” Luna: A New Journal of Poetry and Translation.  Ed. Ray Gonzalez. 1.1 (Spring 1998).  161-66. Print.

“Rituals, Yours–and Mine.” Reinventing the Enemy’s Language.  Ed. Joy Harjo and Gloria Bird. New York: W.W. Norton, 1997.  113-16. Print.

Four Poems, “Students of Scat,” “Don’t Burst the Bubble,” “Twelve Steps to Ward Off Homesickness,” “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?” Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Vol. VIII; Shaking the Belly, Releasing the Sacred Clown.  Ed. Joyce B. Joe & Susan M. Beaver.  Penticton: British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1997.  21, 35-36, 37-38, 64-65. Print.

“Absentee Indians.” The Cimarron Review, Ed. Michael Wilson,  121 (October 1997). 105-06. Print.

Two Poems, “Studies in Migration,” “Meeting Place.” Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Volume VII; Standing Ground: Strength and Solidarity Amidst Dissolving Boundaries.  Ed. Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm & Jeanette Armstrong.  Penticton, British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1996.  31-32, 89. Print.

“Anza Borrego, 1995.”  Native American Songs and Poems: An Anthology.  Ed. Brian Swann.  New York: Dover Books, 1996.  32-33. Print.

“your old lost loves.” The Cream City Review. 19.2 (Spring 1996).  94-95. Print.

Three Poems, “Imprints in Blackfeet Country,” “Cerca de Aqui,” “Rituals, Yours–and Mine.” Steam Ticket, A Third Coast Review.  I (Spring 1996).  4, 10, 22-23. Print.

“old stories we tell ourselves when a blizzard is coming.” News from the Sloughs. 1.8 (December 1995). 28. Print.

“In the Tradition of the Peacemakers.” Saint Paul Pioneer Press. 26 August 1995. D10. Print.

“In the Tradition of the Peacemakers.” Full Court Press. 3.5 (October 1995).  7. Print.

Five Poems, “Meeting Place,” “Those Things That Come to You at Night,” “Where I Was That Day,” “Living History,” “On the Way to the Chicago Pow-Wow” Dreaming History: A Collection of Wisconsin Native- American Writing.  Ed. Mary Ann Doan & Jim Stephens. Madison: Prairie Oaks Press, 1995.  8-10, 69-71, 93-94, 103, 107-08. Print.

Four Poems, “Native Americans vs. The Poets,” “Where I Was That Day,” “Living History,” “Trailing You.”  Returning the Gift.  Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Tucson: U of Arizona Press, 1994.  42-47. Print.

Three Poems, “your old lost loves,” “Ice Tricksters and Shadow Stories,” “Where I Was That Day.” Sustaining the Forest, the People, and the Spirit.  Ed. Denise Sweet and J. D. Whitney. Keshena, WI: College of the Menominee Nation Press, 1995. 12-16. Print.

“Certificate of Live Birth.”  Unsettling America: An Anthology of Contemporary Multicultural Poetry.  Eds. Maria Mazziotti Gilliam & Jennifer Gilliam.  New York: Penguin, 1994.  337-38. Print.

Two Poems, “Speaking Those Names” and “Living History.”  Durable Breath: Contemporary Native American Poetry.  Eds. John Smelcer and Don Birchfield.  Anchorage: Salmon Run Press, 1994.  30-32. Print.

“Night Tremors.” Wildfire; Volume One: Inner Weavings.  Ed. Peter Whalen. Milwaukee: The Mixed Bag, 1994. Print.

“Those Things That Come to You at Night.” Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Volume V; “Celebrating the Circle”: Recognizing Woman and Children in Restoring the Balance.  Ed. Beth Cuthand & William George.  British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1994.  43-44. Print.

Two Poems, “Rituals- Yours, and Mine,” “Surviving Winter or Old Stories We Tell Ourselves When a Blizzard is Coming.”  Nebraska English Journal: Native Heritage. Ed. Carter Revard. 38.2 (1993).  53-56. Print.

“Trailing You.”  Dreams & Secrets.   Ed. Judy Woodburn & Jane Kermsreiter.  Milwaukee: Woodland Pattern Book Center, 1993.  78-80. Print.

Three Poems, “Living History,” “Certificate of Live Birth: Escape From the Third Dimension,” and “Sewing Memories.”  The Colour of Resistance: A Contemporary Collection of Writing by Aboriginal Women.  Ed. by Connie Fife.  Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1993.  33-47. Print.

Two Poems, “Speaking Those Names,” and “Ice Tricksters and Shadow Stories.”  Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Volume IV, Re-Generation: Expanding the Web to Claim Our Future.  Ed. Don Fiddler.  British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1993.  11-12, 238-40. Print.

“Trailing You.”  Studies in American Indian Literatures. Series 2, 4.4 (Winter 1992). 16 -17. Print.

“Where I Was That Day.”  Gatherings: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples, Volume III, Mother Earth Perspectives: Preservation Through Words.  Ed. Greg Young-Ing. British Columbia: Theytus Books, 1992. 173-75. Print.

Two Poems, “Road Show,” “Trailing You.”  Akwe:kon Journal.  IX.1 (Spring 1992).  41-42. Print.

“On the Way to the Chicago Pow-Wow.”  Northeast Indian Quarterly. VIII.3 (Fall 1991). 18. Print.

Four Poems, “Living History,” “Asphalt the Odd Perfume of Summer,” “On the Way to the Chicago Pow-wow,” “Alaskan Mountain Poems: Transfiguration.”  Loonfeather.  Fall/Winter 1991. 12-16. Print.