Lynette Yetter (Lynette/no pronouns) is a panpipe-playing lesbian artist of Algonquian and European descent. Lynette speaks English, Spanish, and studied Quechua (language of the Inka). Has practiced and studied Nichiren Buddhism for almost 40 years, and is a certified interfaith Spiritual Director. Earned a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) degree from Reed College, and lives in both Portland, Oregon and La Paz, Bolivia. Lynette's latest book,Adela Zamudio: Selected Poetry & Prose, translated from the Spanish by Lynette Yetter (Fuente Fountain Books 2022), was a finalist for the prestigious 2023 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation.Learn more about Lynette.