Tiffany Midge is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux, and a poetry MFA graduate from the University of Idaho. Her poetry collection Outlaws, Renegades and Saints: Diary of Mixed-up Halfbreed won the Native Writers of the Americas First Book Award. The chapbook, Guiding the Stars to their Campfire, Driving the Salmon to their Beds was published by Gazoobi Tales. A three-time nominee for the Pushcart Prize, she's published essays and poems in Growing Up Ethnic in America, Viking/Penguin; Reinventing the Enemy's Language, W.W. Norton; Blue Dawn, Red Earth, New Native American Storytellers, Anchor Books; Identity Lessons: Contemporary Writing about Learning to be American, Viking Penguin, as well as in poetry journals such as Shenandoah, North American Review, Poetry Northwest and most recently in The Raven Chronicles, Florida Review, South Dakota Review and the online journals No Tell Motel and Drunken Boat. She lives in Moscow, Idaho (in Nez Perce country) and teaches part time with Northwest Indian College.