Jamie Lee’s interest in the evolving human experience is reflected in both her fiction and nonfiction works as well as her presentations. Since the early 80's she has studied, talked to people, presented workshops, and written a dozen books all in the quest to create a more conscious and intentional world.
During the 90's Jamie and her husband Milt traveled deep into Indian Country while producing a 56 part native music series entitled Oyate Ta Olowan, the Songs of the People.
Jamie is the author of several books including Washaka—the Bear Dreamer and the nonfiction book The Lonely Place, Revisioning Adolescence and the Rite of Passage. Washaka was awarded The Ben Franklin Award for Best New Voice in Fiction and was also a finalist in the PEN USA for Children’s Literature.
Together, the Lees have received grants from The National Endowment for the Arts, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and The South Dakota Arts Council for their artistic works.
Lee’s short stories and essays have appeared in The South Dakota Review, Bellowing Ark Magazine, Winds of Change Magazine, The South Dakota Magazine and others with several stories selected for anthologies including one published by McGraw-Hill Ryerson entitled Native Voices.
2016-The Year of the Book
Jamie Lee has set a goal to publish one novel a month for the full 12 months of 2016. Find out how you can support her in this goal!
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Watch a short film clip of Rebecca's story about the Family Constellation she did in one of Jamie's Workshops.
Rebecca's Interview . . . click here
Get to know Jamie's work in a fun short presentation for your group or team at no cost (based on time availability and location)
First consultation is free and short presentations are offered for your meeting or luncheon group at no charge within 25 miles of Bemidji.
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Get to Know Jamie's Writing by visiting her blog,
No Ordinary Life.
Current and Recent Client List:
Presbyterian Woman's Retreat, Brainerd, MN
Northwest Technical College, Bemidji
Leech Lake Tribal College, Cass Lake
Northwest Indian OIC, Bemidji
Hunt Utilities Group, Pine River
Leech Lake Early Childhood Education
Psychological Associates of The Black Hills
Talon Performance Group, Minneapolis
Sister Sojourn Keynote
Partial Previous Client List:
South Dakota Bar Association, Rapid City, SD
Carondolet Hospital Systems, Tucson, AA
Pima County Court System, Tucson, AZ