Liza Hyatt

Liza Hyatt has been published in various regional, national, and international journals and anthologies including Tipton Poetry Journal, Painted Bride Quarterly, THEMA, Black River Review, Pudding Magazine, Indiannual 4, 5, and 6, Flying Island, Branches Magazine, and England’s Tears in the Fence.  In 2006, Hyatt received an Individual Artist Project Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission and many of the poems within her first book, Under My Skin were created with the help of this funding.

Liza is an art therapist (ATR-BC, LMHC) and adjunct professor at St. Mary of the Woods College.  She has facilitated classes, workshops, retreats, and therapeutic art programs for numerous Indianapolis organizations including The Writer’s Center of Indiana, Storytelling Arts of Indiana, The Lawrence Art Center, Indiana University Simon Cancer Center, The Charis Center, The Spirit and Place Festival, and Young Audiences of Indiana.  She is the author of Art of the Earth: Ancient Art for a Green Future and provides art-based eco-psychology workshops promoting environmental stewardship.  For more information about upcoming workshops and readings, visit


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