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About Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

“Wow, what a great response to both your reading and workshop. Almost with tears in their eyes. Really. I have to tell you what was most mentioned as your fans applauded you; your family life, your reactions and theirs; it felt and sounded so real and most all of us have children so we all could relate. Unforgettable, you are.”
—Kathy Berg, Cortez Public Library, Poetry Corner Presents

“Rosemerry, thank you. For the first time in a long time I was moved to be creative and to use writing as a tool for healing. I could feel my stagnation begin to melt away in the Light that was presented today. I've been freeing up some space lately and asking that it be filled with people and things that inspire me to be the best version of myself and that is exactly what happened today.”
—Jackie, workshop participant


Three Poets Laureate

Three Laureates—Rosemerry was appointed the third Western Slope Poet Laureate for 2015-2017 by outgoing WSPL Aaron Abeyta. Joining them that night was Colorado’s Poet Laureate Joseph Hutchinson.
Read more at Talking Gourds online.

Resume - Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

Bio - Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer


"A Few Words on Less"  The Colorado Poet (issue #25)

A 10-Question Self Interview in The Nervous Breakdown

A Conversation on Envy and Creativity with Christie Aschwanden in The Last Word on Nothing

An article on the poets of San Miguel County: Art Goodtimes, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Ellen Marie Metrick (article in Telluride Magazine)


Biographical Interview (An hour-long interview with Jane Page’s Poetry Radio)


Live performance at Ziggies in Denver, reading from The Miracle Already Happening
Live ½ Hour Poetry Performance (Boulder County Comcast Cable Channel 54)
Five-minute excerpt from Poets Co-op TV Show

Poetry discussion with Catalyst High School 
Rosemerry Choreographs a Spontaneous Production of Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky”



Rosemerry and poet-friend Jack Ridl, performing and teaching together in Ohio. Here their collaborative two-line poem:  

Yesterday, the old dog,
Today, the older dog.





Rosemerry and artist friend Meredith Nemerov
standing in front of some of the creations made in their
“Drawing on Trees” workshop,
a workshop that blends visual art and poetry.




Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer
P.O. Box 86   Placerville, Colorado  81430
Phone:  970-729-1838