Over the years, she has published three books of poetry: Introducing Me, Scott Free, and Contagias and produced an LP called Souletree, a compilation of 12 of her favorite poems set to music.
In 2008-2009, Miss Gia took a break from the scene to start a children’s science fiction book with her cousin Kia Lyons. They hope to complete the manuscript for publication in 2012. In the meantime, Miss Gia is also working on her second album Different from the Majority which she hopes to come out with in 2011.
Miss Gia Louise Mitsuko Scott-Heron, who has come to be known as “Miss Gia” among friends and fans, has been writing songs and poetry since the age of 10. She began pursuing poetry full time after graduating with honors from Pitzer college in 2002. Her major, not surprisingly was in English World Literature and Creative Writing. She has performed at various venues such as: Spreadin’ Love N Spoken Word, The World Stage, The Regent, ‘Da Poetry
Lounge, Remedy, Reflections, Shades of Afrika, Green, and Natural High to name a few. In 2005, she was chosen to host A Night of Spoken Word and Jazz for KJLH.