Judyth Hill, poet, editor and writing teacher, has published nine books of poetry, including Hardwired For Love; Men Need Space; Dazzling Wobble and Tzimzum. Her newest book, Love Called Me Here, is forthcoming in 2018. Her poems are included in numerous anthologies, and she is the author of the internationally acclaimed poem, Wage Peace, published world ‘round, and set to music and recorded twice: by the Cincinnati Women’s Chorus, 2009, and by the St Olaf’s Choir, 2015.
Judyth served as Literary Projects Director for New Mexico Office of Cultural Affairs, and is the current President of PEN International in San Miguel de Allende. She conducts poetry workshops at writing conferences internationally, is the annual Poet-in-Residence at schools in the United States, offers writing classes online at www.judythhill.com, as well as ongoing classes in San Miguel.
She also leads Wild Writing Culinary Adventures around the world: www.eat-write-travel.com.
Educated at Sarah Lawrence College, Judyth studied with poet Robert Bly and Deep Ecologist Dolores LaChapelle. She is the recipient of grants from the Witter Bynner Poetry Foundation, McCune Foundation, and New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities.