Poet, performer, writing teacher and cook, Judyth Hill makes her home up in the splendor of the Rockie's Front Range: the ponderosa and aspen-covered mountains of Northern Colorado.
She is the recipient of grants from the Wittter Bynner Poetry Foundation, and New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities. She served for many years as the Literature Coordinator for the New Mexico State Arts Division, while creating, owning and operating Santa Fe's premier gourmet bakery, The Chocolate Maven, where she was as known for her brownies as her poetry.
Her published books or poetry include Baker's Baedeker, The Goddess Cafe, Hardwired for Love, Presence of Angels, Men Need Space, Dazzling Wobble, and Black Hollyhock/First Light. Her poems are included in numerous anthologies. She is the author of the internationally acclaimed poem, "Wage Peace", which has been set to music and recorded by the Cincinnati Women's Choir.