Poetry:

Forthcoming: Burn. Mad Hat Press. 2016.

Streaming. Coffee House Press. 2014. Winner, Pen Southwest Book Award, IPPY Bronze Medal, and Wordcrafter of the Year Award, finalist for several awards 
including the Longlist, Pen Literary Awards.
Blood Run (Salt Publishing) Wordcraft Writer of the Year Award. 2007, conferred 2008.
Off-Season City Pipe (Coffee House Press) Wordcraft Writer of the Year Award. 2005.
Dog Road Woman (Coffee House Press) Winner, American Book Award 1998. First Finalist, Paterson Poetry Prize.	
The Year of the Rat (Naropa/Grimes).  
Memoir:
Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer (University of Nebraska Press). 2014. Paperback edition.

Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer(University of Nebraska Press). 2004.
   
(Books) Edited, a selection:

  
Effigies II. Salt Publications. UK/Global. 2014.

Sing: Indigenous Poetry of the Americas. (University of Arizona) US. 2011.
Effigies,  featuring: dg nanouk okpik, Cathy Tagnak Rexford, Brandy Nalani McDougall,  and Mahealani Perez-Wendt. (Salt Publishing) UK & Global. 2009.  
Bone Light, by Orlando White (Red Hen Press). 2009. (Acquisition Edition.)
     
They Wanted Children. An anthology of coping, from American Indian,  Sudanese, Latino, African American and other students of color and  diverse experience 
attending Lincoln High School. 2003.
 
Coming to Life. Editor, Sioux Falls School District Press. Sioux Falls, SD. An anthology of writing providing meditative field in the aftermath of the 9-11 events, from the four Sioux Falls high schools. 2002.
 
(Magazines) Edited, a selection:
Black Renaissance Noire of New York University Institute of African American Affairs

KPoW – Kore Poem of the Week Co-Curator, Kore Press, 2015-present.
Fulcrum Poetry. Guest Editor with Marc Vincenz. US 2014.
Plume.  Guest Editor Indigenous Poetry folio. US. 2015.

Asian American Literary Review Guest Editor for Mixed Race in a Box Folio, 2013.

Platte Valley Review, an International Literary Journal Published by the University of  Nebraska at Kearney. Senior Editor, Revitalization Director. 2009-2012.
Ahani. To Topos: International Journal of Poetry.  Theme: Indigenous Americas, Indigenous poetry from the Arctic Circle  Inuit to the Mapuche in Chile. 2006. 
Published 2007. Guest Editor,  Oregon State University’s International Journal. Wordcraft Circle  Journal Issue of the Year 2006-2007, conferred 2008.

Connecticut Review, Guest Editor Soul Mountain Retreat folio, 2008.

 

Bibliographies

Native AWP