She has written five collections of poetry, four of them award winning: The Song of What Was Lost, The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 1988 (Artscape Literary Arts Award of Baltimore); Sky Pond, Washington, D.C.: S.C.O.P. Publications, 1993 (Co-winner of the Columbia Book Award); and The Room of Months / La stanza dei mesi, Bologna, Italy: Book Editore, 1995 (Lions Ferrara Castello's Premio Donna); Cloud Compass: New and Selected Poems, Honorable Mention for Writer’s Digest’s Self-Published e-Book Awards in the Poetry category, 2015. Her ecological fable, How Djambawa Found What He Was Seeking, was published in Italian in Ferrara, Italy, and awarded the Premio di Arte e Ambiente di Italia in 1991. Her work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and anthologies in the United States, Australia, Ireland, Italy and England. She has traveled extensively throughout her life, lived abroad, and now makes her home in El Paso, Texas. To learn more about her work, visit her website at www.martaknobloch.com.