Debra Coppinger Hill
Debra's family background includes Cowboys and Indians. In addition to writing and music about her ranch experiences, she also shares the stories of her Cherokee ancestors through poetry, story and song. A native of Oklahoma, with family background in Texas and Oklahoma, Debra stives to perserve the Culture and Traditions of the West as seen through the eyes of one who "walks in both worlds". A registered member of the Cherokee tribe and a rancher experienced in raising cutting and ranch-bred horses; Debra imparts a sense of both sides of her family upbringing, while giving the reader or liste more...
Poetry ( View all 15 poems )
Common Sense, Men and Horses
Gone to the Mountains
Stir the Campfire
The American Cowboy
Old Yellow Slicker & Lazy B Productions
Cowgirl Poet in Ireland
Debra Hill is AWA's 'Best Female Cowboy Poet 2002
Debra Coppinger Hill: Academy of Western Artists Female Cowboy Poet of the Year!