Havin’s writings and poetry have been described as “ethereal, subtly violent, and not for the faint of heart”, receiving showcases in publications such as San Diego Poetry AnnualThe Dust Magazine, Unchaste Anthology, and Humana Obscura. She is the founder of Portland-based literary series It’s Rhubarb, and her forthcoming works include “Holy Roads”, "Crown for Yael", “The Liberation of Sister Geraldine,” and debut novel, "The Sun Sets on the Pacific Ocean." She was recently shortlisted for the 2021 Bridport International Creative Writing Prize in poetry. Havin is the Language Arts column writer for Oregon ArtsWatch, contributing writer for The Chronicle, and editor for various children's books.