Beth Brant

Born in Detroit, poet and writer Beth Brant is the daughter of an Irish-Scots mother and a Mohawk father. She left high school at the age of 17. In her poems, she often addresses themes of feminism, Native rights, and family. Brant is the author of Mohawk Trail (1985), which includes poetry, stories, and essays; the short story collection Food and Spirits (1991); and the nonfiction prose volume Writing as Witness: Essay and Talk (1994). Her work has been translated into German, French, Chinese, and Italian. (Biography sourced from Poetry Foundation)

Beth Brant appears in the following publications: