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Lisbeth White

County: Jefferson County




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Lisbeth White is writer and ritualist living on S’klallam and Chimacum lands of the Coastal Salish in Port Townsend, WA. As a writer, her work has received support from VONA, Callaloo, Tin House, Split This Rock, Bread Loaf Environmental Writers Conference, and Blue Mountain Center. Her writing has appeared in Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora, The Rumpus, Kweli, Apogee Lit, Green Mountains Review, EcoTheo, Split this Rock, and elsewhere. As a healer and ritualist, she has facilitated community-based healing justice workshops for social justice organizations such as Move to End Violence, Black Love Convergence, and Parenting for Liberation. She is co-editor of the anthology Poetry as Spellcasting: Poems, Essays, and Prompts for Manifesting Liberation and Reclaiming Power, forthcoming from North Atlantic Books in Spring of 2023. Her debut poetry collection, American Sycamore, won the 2022 Perugia Press Poetry Prize. You can find her digitally at or on Instagram: @earthmaven.

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