Writing for an Earth beloved
Winner of 2022 Perugia Press Prize
Finalist for the 2023 First Horizon Book Award
Shortlist for 2023 Eric Hoffer Award Grand Prize
Honorable Mention for the 2023 Eric Hoffer Grand Prize in Poetry
Poetry as Spellcasting:
Poems, essays, and prompts for manifesting liberation and reclaiming power
Edited by Tamiko Beyer, Destiny Hemphill & Lisbeth White
North Atlantic Books, May 2023
"Origin of Water"
The Fourth River, Summer Issue 0.11,
Interim: A Journal of Poetry & Poetics, vol 38.1, Poetry Prize Finalist issue, May 2021
Split This Rock, The Quarry, Poem of the Week, March 2021
Yemassee Journal, Monthly Spotlight, November 2020
Blue Mountain Review, Issue 18, April 2020
Apogee Lit, Issue 13, December 2019
Kweli Journal, May 2019
"Victim, Survivor, Immaculate" (excerpt from "Calypso")
The Rumpus, ENOUGH Series, June 2018
Fire and Rain: Ecopoetry of California, Scarlet Tanager Press, October 2018
Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora Vol. 44.1, Fall 2018
Green Mountains Review Vol. 32.1, April 2021
Writings in collaboration with Resonance Network & The Reverb
Apogee Lit, Sept 2020
The Magic of Time and Space in Being and in Writing
Lisbeth White (she/her) is a lover of the earth, wanderer of lands, poet, expressive arts therapist, developmental editor, elemental energy healer, listener, and ancestor celebrant.
She is certain our collective liberation is intricately tied to ancestral earth wisdom and firmly believes each of us has boundless capacity within to be our own wisest healers.
She has received awards, fellowships, and residencies from VONA, Callaloo, Tin House, Writing By Writers, Corporeal Writing, Bread Loaf Environmental Writer's Conference, The Dickinson House, and Blue Mountain Center.
She is a co-founder of the Red Thread Writers Collective, supporting PGM writers in rural Washington state.
Photo by Sarah Wright Photography