Sabine Brigette

Instructor of Creative Writing (Intermedaite and High School), Interlochen Arts Camp

Associate English Faculty, Ashford University

M.F.A., Writing & Literature, Bennington College; B.A., English, University of Illinois & University of Oxford

Sabine Brigette is from northwest Montana. She comes from a family who considers climbing peaks, sharing huckleberry patches with grizzlies, and skiing in avalanche terrain every day occurrences. Seeking an intellectually-driven life in addition to the mountains, she went abroad to attend Oxford University in 2010 for the completion of her B.A., and completed her M.F.A. at Bennington College in 2013.

She has worked as a professional writer and editor, and has published poetry and short fiction with The Alchemist Review, Montana Arts & Culture Magazine, The Red Wheelbarrow (UK), NILAS, Fine Lines, The Bennington Review, and the Adirondack Review, as well as contributed three monologues to the domestic violence awareness play Rise Up by Jesse DeVine.

She is also a professor who teaches literature, composition, and creative writing at the college and university level.

Ms. Brigette is presently completing a memoir titled Rez Dog, White Girl, as well as a book of poetry