Chip Livingston is the author of two poetry collections, Crow-Blue, Crow-Black (New York Quarterly Books, 2012) and Museum of False Starts (Gival Press, 2010), and a chapbook of poems, ALARUM: (Other Rooms Press, 2007).
His fiction and non-fiction are also widely published, in journals including Ploughshares, Cincinnati Review, Potomac Review, Court Green, Subtropics, Crazyhorse and New American Writing, and in anthologies such as I Was Indian, Best New Poets 2005, Best Gay Poetry 2008, SING: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, Sovereign Erotics, and Who’s Yer Daddy? Gay Writers Celebrate Their Mentors and Forerunners.
Chip has received writing awards from Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers, Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas, and the AABB Foundation. He now lives in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he writes and teaches writing online.