A prolific writer from an early age, Chloe's work is typically referred to as blunt, raw, and somber, yet motivational and enlightening. Though much of her work is fiction, she draws upon her experiences in life to create a personal and emotional aspect for her writing.
Author of numerous poems and four self-published novels, Chloe has recently been honored to have her poem "Tommy Knockers" used as a song by the talented singer/songwriter, J.D. Nash and Red Circle, Winner of "Spirit of the People" award for his song, "How You Gonna Be" at the 2008 Native E-Music Awards. Also written by Chloe and recorded by J.D. Nash and Red Circle were "Good Day to Live" and "Bring Me Your Tired" from their last CD, "Get Off My Lawn."
Chloe is a mixed-blood Mohawk/Caucasian woman and an avid supporter of Indigenous American rights and causes. She is a corrections nurse and spends her spare time writing, drawing, riding her motorcycle, and being with family. She is the mother of five grown children and the grandmother of four granddaughters, one grandson, and two more grandchildren due to arrive in the next year.