Judyth Hill, poet, author, editor, teacher, lives in the aspen-swept mountains of Colorado.
Educated at Sarah Lawrence College; she studied with Robert Bly, Galway Kinnell, and Deep-Ecologist, Dolores LaChapelle.
A recipient of numerous literary grants, she served as Literary Projects Coordinator for New Mexico State Arts Division, 1994 – 2000, and is the current President of PEN San Miguel.
Hill conducts poetry and memoir workshops at conferences world-round, including the San Miguel Writers Conference 2018: https://sanmiguelwritersconference.org
She offers poetry and memoir classes, personal, one-on-one, manuscript editing and mentoring online at https://www.judythhill.com and leads global WildWriting Culinary Adventures: http://www.eat-write-travel.com
Her nine published books of poetry include Hardwired for Love, Presence of Angels, Men Need Space, Dazzling Wobble and Tzimtzum. Her poems are widely anthologized.
Judyth has co-authored cookbooks and textbooks, was the Santa Fe, NM restaurant critic for the Albuquerque Journal, and the creator/owner of Santa Fe’s premier bakery, The Chocolate Maven.
She is the author of the internationally acclaimed poem, Wage Peace, https://www.elephantjournal.com/2011/09/wage-peace-judyth-hill/ published worldwide; set to music, performed and recorded by national choirs and orchestras.
Judyth was described by the St. Helena Examiner as, “Energy with skin”, and by the Denver Post as, “A tigress with a pen”.