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Welcome To Our Online Library


At our farmhouse, we have a library of published works by Hedgebrook Alumnae. Now we have curated an online version of this library to share with you. Please search by title, genre, author or date, to find published works from women authoring change.

First NameLast NameTitlePublisherPublished YearGenre
Patricia E Ackerman Marymount College of Kansas History Press 2014 Non-Fiction
Elmaz Abinader Radical Hope Vintage Books 2017 Non-Fiction
Brenda Bell Brown I Wonder, As I Wander On My Journey Back To Home aka Me, Here aka #ICANTBREATHE Past Present Future - Michigan State University 2017 essay
Nancy Bartley Night Aunt Penny danced in Crab Creek Crab Creek Review Association 1994 Memoir
Judith Barrington Remarkably vigorous rose in Garden variety dykes HerBooks 1994 Poem
Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano Image of the Chicana in Teatro In order to survive in Gathering ground Seal Press 1984 Essay Poem
Emily Wortman-Wunder Not a thing to comfort you Ontario Review Spring Summer 2005 Short Story
Emily Wortman-Wunder Home improvements University of Northern Iowa May- August 2004 Short Story
Gloria Yamato Dont get lost in the translation Rhythms Nommo the power of naming As black can be Year of the nigger Aunt Lute Books 1995 Poems Short Stories
Elizabeth Woody Twanat to follow behind the ancestors in first fish, first people University of Washington Press 1998 Essay
Elizabeth Woody Tradition with a big T in first fish first people University of Washington Press 1998 Short Story
Elizabeth Woody Conversion in first fish first people University of Washington Press 1998 Poem
Elizabeth Woody Why I love with admiration every salmon I see in Intimate nature Ballantine Pub Company 1998 Essay