DJ Lee is a writer, scholar, and artist. Her creative work includes over thirty nonfiction pieces in magazines and anthologies, and her memoir, Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots (2020). She has also published eight scholarly books on wilderness, nineteenth-century literature, and oral history, most recently The Land Speaks (2017). Her residencies include the Arctic Circle Artist Residency, Women’s Studio Workshop, and Wilderness Art Collective. She is a Regents Professor of English at Washington State University, and she runs a monthly arts practice publication, witness wilderness.