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. In 2020 She received an Honorable Mention in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future competition for the speculative fiction piece, Ichthys.