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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.

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First NameLast NameTitlePublisherPublished YearGenre
Laurie Anne Whitt Words for relocation Will Hall Books 2001 Poetry
Susan Wicks Clever daughter Faber and Faber 1996 Poetry
Susan Wicks Cold spring in winter by Val_rie Rouzeau; translated by Susan Wicks ARC Pubs 2009 Poetry
Susan Wicks De-iced Bloodaxe Books 2007 Poetry
Susan Wicks Driving my father Faber and Faber 1995 Poetry
Susan Wicks House of tongues Bloodaxe Books 2011 Poetry
Susan Wicks Little thing Faber and Faber 1998 Fiction
Susan Wicks Months Bloodaxe Books 2016 Poetry
Susan Wicks Night toad Bloodaxe Books 2003 Poetry
Irene Wanner Seattle Review vXIV no.2 Seattle Review 1992
Andrea Walls Dismantle: an anthology of writing from the VONA Voices writing workshop Three Makes Blanket Press 2014
Mayumi Tsutakawa Forbidden stitch: an Asian American womens anthology CALYX 1989 Anthology
Jennifer Tseng How it is for us (for Meg Williams) Mona Wu in Skin deep: women writing on color culture and identity Crossing Press 1994 Poem Essay
Mayumi Tsutakawa Good karma The single mothers companion: essays and stories by women p71-8 Seal Press 1994 Essays
Mayumi Tsutakawa Introduction in Edge walking on the Western Rim: new works by 12 Northwest writers p8-9 Sasquatch Books 1994 Anthology
Mayumi Tsutakawa in Gathering ground: new writing and art by NW women of color Seal Press 1984 Anthology
Mayumi Tsutakawa They painted from their hearts: pioneer Asian American artists University of Washington Press 1994 Exhibition Catalog
Alice Tuan Excerpt from AJAX (POR NOBODY) in New monologues for women by women II p129-30 Heinemann 2005 Monologue
Lena Khalaf Tuffaha Running orders in Letters to Palestine: writers respond to war and occupation p103-104 Verso 2015 Poetry
Patricia Justine Tumang Introduction and Filipino secrets and American dreams in Homelands: womens journeys across race place and time Seal Press 2006 Essay