Fortunato Galt, Margot. Between the Houses. St. Paul, MN: Laurel Poetry Collective, 2004. Print.

2000 Finalist Bordighera Poetry Prize
Fortunato Galt, Margot. The Circuit Writer: Writing with Schools and Communities. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 2006. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. Stop This War!: American Protest of the Conflict in Vietnam. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications, 2000. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. The Story in History: Writing Your Way into the American Experience. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1992. Print.
Morrison, George and Margot Fortunato Galt. Turning the Feather Around: My Life in Art. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1998. Print.

Minnesota Book Award Finalist
Finalist for Northeastern Minnesota Book Award
Merit Award: Midwest Independent Publishers Association
Featured on NPR’s Sunday Edition with Fred Wasser
Fortunato Galt, Margot. Up to the Plate: The All American Girls Professional Baseball League. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1995. Print.

Midland Authors Book Awards Finalist
Minnesota Book Award Nominee


Art, Travel…
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Cross River.” Going to the Lake. Ed. Betty Rossi. Bemidji: Loonfeather, 1996. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Minneapolis WARM Gallery.” Expanding Circles: Women, Art & Community : An Anthology. Ed. Betty Ann Brown. New York: Midmarch Arts, 1996. Print.
Fortunato, Margot. “Vicoletto: Scenes from Naples.” The House on Via Gombito: Writing by North American Women Abroad. Ed. Madelon Sprengnether and C.W. Truesdale. Minneapolis: New Rivers, 1991. 409. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Lake Drought.” Amethyst and Agate: Poems of Lake Superior. Ed. Jim Perlman, Deborah Cooper, Mara Hart, and Pamela Mittlefehldt. Holy Cow, 2015. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Emily Said”, “The Heart Doctor Said”, “Miracoli”, “Quick Spring”, “A Piece of Sky”, “Elemental”, and “Cardinal Points” Nodin Poetry Anthology. Ed. Monica DeGrazia. Nodin, 2015. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Emily Said”, “Elemental”, “I Call It Christmas Cactus”, “Summer Means” and “The Return” Body of Evidence. St. Paul: Laurel Poetry Collective, 2012. Print.
Fortunato Kriel, Margot. “Her Letter to a Patron, Naples 1649”, “Walking the Beach”, “Winter Mood”, “The Touch”, “Walking by the Wall”, “Proust at Lake Michigan” Border Crossings: A Minnesota Voices Project Reader. Ed. Jonis Agee, Cherie Doyle, and Tracy Turner. St. Paul: New Rivers, 1984. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Quick Spring” County Lines: 87 Minnesota Counties, 130 Minnesota Poets. Ed. David Bengtson, Charmaine Pappas Donovan, Angela Foster, and John Calvin Rezmerski. Loonfeather Press, 2008. Print.
Fortunato, Margot. “The Leaving.” Looking for Home: Women Writing about Exile. Ed. Deborah Keenan and Roseann Lloyd. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 1990. 178. Print.
Kriel, Margot. “The Annunciation.” The Poet Dreaming in the Artist’s House: Contemporary Poems About the Visual Arts. Ed. Emilie Buchwald and Ruth Roston. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 1984. 95. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “She Wanted”, “She Meant”, “Prairie Rose Hips: Autumn”, “Common Mullein”, “summer Drives”, “Lake Drought” The Quiet Eye: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Nature. Ed. Mary Junge. Saint Paul: Laurel Poetry Collective, 2009. 49-54. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Relations.” To Sing Along the Way: Minnesota Women Poets from Pre-territorial Days to the Present. Ed. Joyce Sutphen, Thom Tammaro, and Connie Wanek. Moorhead: New Rivers, 2006. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Late Song.” The Wind Blows, the Ice Breaks: Poems of Loss and Renewal by Minnesota Poets. Ed. Ted Bowman and Elizabeth Bourque Johnson. Minneapolis: Nodin, 2010. 34. Print.
Teachers & Writers
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “The Story in History, Writing Your Way into the American Experience.” Educating the Imagination Essays and Ideas for Teachers and Writers. Ed. Christopher Edgar and Ron Padgett. New York: Teachers and Writers, 2003. 125. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margo. “Nature as Teacher and Guide: Two Interlocking Poetry Writing Exercises.” The Alphabet of the Trees: A Guide to Nature Writing. Ed. Christian McEwen and Mark Statman. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 2000. 249. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margo. “From Aristophanes to Bird Land: Reinventing a Poetic Lift-Off.” Classics in the Classroom: Using Great Literature to Teach Writing. Ed. Christopher Edgar and Ron Padgett. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1999. 53. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “The Great Migration – Using the Art of Jacob Lawrence and the Poetry of Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Brooks.” Sing the Sun Up: Creative Writing Ideas from African American Literature. Ed. Lorenzo Thomas. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1998. 163. Print
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “From the Heroic to the Personal.” The Teachers & Writers Guide to Frederick Douglass. Ed. Wesley Brown. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1996. 8. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “The Lost Sense.” Old Faithful: 18 Writers Present Their Favorite Writing Assignments. Ed. Christopher Edgar and Ron Padgett. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1995. 70. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Writing Civil War Ballads from Photographs and Whitman’s Words.” The Teachers & Writers Guide to Walt Whitman. Ed. Ron Padgett. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative, 1991. 151. Print.


Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Cy DeCosse.” Black & White 1 Apr. 2000. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Arts for Community Change.” Public Art Review Spring/Summer 1993: 18. Print.
Kriel-Galt, Margot. “Review: Place/Placement: ***** Lyon and Robert Edwards.” Artpaper 1 May 1988. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Caraaggio and Abstraction, a review of Frank Stella’s Working Space.” Hungry Mind Review 1987.
Kriel-Galt, Margot. “Delving Into the Self and Finding the Bones of us All.” Artpaper January 1986.
Kriel-Galt, Margot. “Closing the Distance: Artists Approach Their Audience.” Artpaper 1985.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Miracoli.” Great River Review 2014. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “The Cathedral—June Thirteenth.” 2014 Saint Paul Almanac 2014. Print.
Fortunato Galt, Margot. “Emily Said.” Poetry East 2009. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Nocturne.” Turtle Quarterly 2008. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Missionary.” Great River Review 2001. Print.
Galt, Margot. “The Scarf.” The Louisville Review 1993. Print.
Galt, Margot. “The White Room.” The Denny Anthology 1991-1992. Print.
Galt, Margot. “At the Edge Together.” Loonfeather 1991. Print.
Galt, Margot. “No More Back of the Bus.” Sing Heavenly Muse 1990. Print.
Galt, Margot. “Bringing Back the Swans.” Minnesota Monthly 1989. Print.


Sign of a Child. Women’s Theater Project.

Oh, Native Bird, Sing Our Song. Red Wing Readers Theater.


Red Light/green Light. Women’s Theater Project, 1986. Television. Videocassette. Presents a play about young women growing up in the 1980s. Based on a children’s game, the play highlights the conflicting messages girls receive on how to be teenage and/or adult women.

Television Guild Award Recipient

Other Publications

Catalog for the show of Judith Roode’s work, Body Shows (2008).