DJ Hill is a freelance writer, photographer, poet, and mixed media artist. Her work has  appeared in Maple Grove, Route 66, Southwest Metro, St. Croix Valley, St. Louis Park, and White Bear Lake Magazines; The Atrium, Daily Sentinel, Red Bird Chapbooks Weekly Read, Red Flag Poetry, and The Rumpus; and the the poetry anthology A View from Here: Poetry to Help You Soar, Worcestershire Poet Laureate Remembrance Anthology, and JOMP21’s Dear Mr. President.

DJ’s collage and mixed media art have been included in exhibits at the R2 Gallery, Red Brick Center for the Arts, and other venues. Her poem “Harry” will appear in the first edition of Gone Dogs this winter. DJ lives and creates in Carbondale, Colorado. Homespun Mercies is her first book of poetry.



DJ will join other local poets for Open Mic on Thursday, May 9 at the Carbondale Public Library. All welcome! 


As part of NEMAA’s 24th annual Art-A-Whirl, DJ, along with other Twin Cities poets, will read their work at Grumpy’s in Northeast Minneapolis:


In 2010, DJ returned to college taking one class at Century College. Seven years later, she graduated summa cum laude and was recently chosen as Outstanding Alum. She and Teresa Callies spoke about the journey.

Read the story here. 

Introducing, Homespun Mercies

DJ Hill’s debut collection of poetry and collage

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