Tending the Fire, By Christopher Felver (UNM Press, 2017):
Forward by, Simon J. Ortiz.
Hand written poem from Genesis: “ix: nineteen seventy-one”.
Available through University of NM Press: http://unmpress.com/books.php?ID=20000000006860&Page=book
Red Ink International Journal, Issue 18:1, Spring 2016 – Simon J. Ortiz, Editor
Raven Chronicles, Volume 22, Summer 2016 – Phoebe Bosché, Managing Director
Yellow Medicine Review, Spring 2015 – Joan Naviyuk Kane, Editor
Cream City Review (Genre Queer), Volume 39, No. 1, Spring 2015 – Ching-In Chen, Editor
Hawaii Review, Volume 81 (Water Issue), Fall 2015 – Anjoli Roy, Editor
IAIA: Voice the Spiriture, Fall 2015 - Editors voted “Orchid Moon” best poem.
Plume Poetry: Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, Contributing Editor
- Poem: “Synapse”
Common Place: Billy Stratton, Contributing Editor on 151st Anniversary Commemoration of the Sand Creek Massacre.
- Poem: “Of Thunderous Blood Storm”
Tribal College Journal, Volume 26, No. 1, 2014 – Bradley Shreve, Editor
- Poem: “X” voted best poem.
Denver Quarterly: Special Edition Feature: 150th Anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, 2014 Volume 49, No. 1 – Laird Hunt, Editor
- Poem: “K’us tádini tsąąbí (+2)”, nominated for Pushcart Prize
2012 - 2013
Future Earth Magazine, Volume 5, Summer 2012, Travis Hedge Coke, Editor: http://futureearthmagazine.com/DJ%20YOURSELF.html
Yellow Medicine Review, Fall 2013 - Judy Wilson, Editor
Black Renaissance Noiré, Volume 13, Issue 2/3, 2013 - Quincy Troupe, Editor
2012 Online Publication Articles
Qualia Gay Folklife
(Website no longer active, only the Facebook page)
Facebook Page Link: https://www.facebook.com/Qualia-Encyclopedia-of-Gay-People-106331582829348/
Lozen and Dahteste: A historical summary on the two Chiricahua Apache women largely responsible for the success for Geronimo’s evasion from the U.S. Army.
Two Spirit: A brief overview of the ‘two spirit’ movement, identity, and the organization of the ‘two spirit’ international gatherings held in the U.S and Canada.
MSUD Metro Sphere
Metro State University of Denver Literary Magazine
- Volume 27 (2009)
- Volume 28 (2010)
- Volume 30, COLLECTIONS (2012), voted best poetry selections.
Basura Magazine - Bob Bellarue, Editor
- Poem: “Cup”
Psalm 151 Chapbook Anthology- Laird Hunt,Editor
- Poem:“Whitetail” & “Sirens”
Poetry Magazine (1999): Issue 175 – Brenda Coultas & Ekeni Sikelianos, Editors
- Book Review: “Visit Teepee Town”, ed. Dian Glancy & Mark Nowak
These anthologies from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico are among some of the projects where Crisosto’s work was first published, along some notable writers such as James Thomas Stevens, Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, and Irvin Morris. A couple of these anthologies were also where he sat as one of the editor’s.