Tyler Dettloff is an Anishinaabe Métis, Italian, and Irish writer, professor, musician, gardener, and water protector raised on the edge of the Delirium Wilderness. He currently lives in Gnoozhekaaning (Bay Mills, Michigan) and teaches College Composition at Lake Superior State University. He has earned a B.S. in English and a dual track M.A. in Literature and Pedagogy from Northern Michigan University. Mostly, he enjoys walking along rivers with his wife Daraka and daughter Meadow Minokami and through swamps his dogs Banjo and Fiddle.
His chapbook Belly-up Rosehip: a Tongue Blue with Mud Songs was released in September 2019.