Winter is available for freelance writing, readings and workshops. She was an invited author at the Gunnison Valley Literary Festival in 2019, where she offered Beating the Beast of Block: a workshop for creatives who need to nudge the muse.
Winter Ross's short stories, essays, and articles have been published in various art, environmental, spiritual and literary journals:
4 Warnings: Shamanic Journeys, an illustrated chapbook of visionary prose, was used as a text for classes at The Awareness Institute in Sydney, Australia. Her work has appeared in a Darkhouse Books anthology; Pilgrimage: Story, Place, Spirit,Witness; Messages From Hidden Lake; EarthFirst! Journal; ArtWorks: a publication of the West Virginia Division of Arts and Humanities, Selki, an Alaskan feminist zine, The Journal for Shamanic Practice, Wild Women Rising and Spirituality & Health magazine.
She was awarded first place in 2015 by both the New Mexico Press Women's Association, and the National Federation of Press Women for the short story Orienting Heaven.