Roger Dunsmore

Roger Dunsmore, Professor Emeritus, taught Humanities, Wilderness Studies, Environmental Studies, and American Indian Literature at the University of Montana in Missoula and Dillon from 1963-2013. He is one of the founders of the Wilderness and Civilization Program at UM. He was short-listed twice to the governor for the position of Montana Poet Laureate (2005 & 2007), and honored as a Humanities Hero by Humanities Montana in 20012. He currently lives with his wife, the painter and long-time yoga practitioner, Jenni Fallein, in Coeur d'Alene, ID.


On the Chinese Wall - New & Selected Poems 1966 — 2018

On the Chinese Wall by Roger Dunsmore more


On the road to Sleeping Child Hostprings
On the road to Sleeping Child Hostprings, second version
Tiger Hill
Unpublished, current work


Earth Cover


Laszlo Toth
Hawk Cover
The Bear Remembers
Greatest Hits


Edited, Put Sey by Victor A Charlo
Edited, Put Sey

Interviews, Etc

Roger Dunsmore was the guest on Montana Public Radio's The Write Question: Listen to the interview here

You're Just Dirt reviewed in the Missoula Independent

The Staple-Gunner Poems in Coeur d'Alene Press, August 2015: Poems on a Pole