As a writer, Teri has been a journalist, short story writer, music columnist, and arts news writer/editor. Her stories and photographs have been published in Snowboard Magazine (Swiss Journal, 2010, and Radical Determination: Annie Boulanger, 2009); Frequency: The Snowboarder’s Journal (Lines, about Axel Pauporte’s classic film about the history of big mountain snowboarding, 2009); Alaska Snowboarder’s Journal (Freeriding the Icefields, Crystal Awards, Profile: Justin Hostynek, Riding Mt. Troy, Jen & Teri’s First Heli-Trip, 2000); and The Hooligan, an arts section of the Juneau Empire (World Pulse music column, and other arts pieces, 2001-2007). She’s also written articles for the Capital City Weekly; Anchorage Press; Pacific Currents Magazine, Alaska Verve; Alaska Women Speak; and Childhood Education Journal.

Teri has published three book and CD sets, including Listen to Learn: Using American Music to Teach Language Arts and Social Studies (2004) published by Jossey-Bass, A Wiley Imprint; Making Music with Children: An Easy Way to Make Music with Young Children for Non-Musical Adults (1996), and Music By Correspondence (1988) for the Alaska Department of Education Centralized Correspondence Study.

As a prose writer, Teri has published short stories in the University of Alaska's Explorations, receiving top prose choice in 1985, and is currently working on a Master’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts.

Alaska Snowboarder's Journal

2000 Edition

Juneau Empire

Stories by Teri Tibbett

Stories about Teri Tibbett