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.

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First NameLast NameTitlePublisherPublished YearGenre
Merlie M Alunan Bantayan Island Poet traveling over water in Going home to a landscape: writings by Filipinas Calyx Books 2003 Poetry
Merlie M Alunan Kun unsaon pagdakop ang bulalakaw Ang misay kun mangagalon Ang tulay sa Dawis On a lost ship to Erehwon (or the poets fate) in Fern garden: anthology of women writing in the South National Commission for Culture and the Arts Philippines 1998 Fiction Poetry
Merlie M Alunan Amina among the angels University of Phillippines Press 1997 Poetry
Anna Alves in Dismantle: an anthology of writing from the VONA Voices writing workshop pp178-179 ThreadMakesBlanket Press 2014 Fiction
Anna Alves Sports and other stuff in Tilting the continent: Southeast Asian American writing p222-27 New Rivers Press 2000 Short Story
Gloria Amescua Mujeres morenas Alturas Press 2006 Collection
Gloria Amescua Wind chimes 0 Poetry
Anita Amirrezvani Blood of flowers Little Brown and Company 2007 Fiction
Jasmine An Naming the no-name woman Two Sylvias Press 2016 Poetry
Abby Anderson Chronically single 2009 Screenplay
Cynthia Anderson Condor Hummingbird in shared sightings: an anthology of bird poems p89-90 John Daniel and Co. 1995 Poems
Betsy Andrews Bottom 42 Miles Press 2014 Poetry
Betsy Andrews New Jersey Univ of Wisconsin Press 2007 Poems
Gloria E Anzalda Speaking in tongues: a letter to 3rd World Women Writers in Fire and ink: an anthology of social action writing p22-31 University of Arizona Press 2009 Essay
Gloria E Anzalda Prieta O.K. mama who the hell am I? interview with Luisah Teish in This bridge called my back: writings by radical women of color Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press 1983 Non-Fiction
Gloria E Anzalda (Un)natural bridges (Un)safe spaces in This bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation p1-5 Routledge 2002 Non-Fiction
Gloria E Anzalda mujer cacto cactus woman in Garden variety dykes: Lesbian traditions in gardening p102-5 HerBooks 1994 Poem
Gloria E Anzalda in Intimate wilderness: Lesbian writers on sexuality p126-28 Crossing Press 1991 Poem
Elizabeth Aoki Every vanish leaves its trace Finishing Line Press 2009 Poetry
Elizabeth Aoki Primordial soup Transplant inYellow as tumeric fragrant as cloves: a comtemporary anthology of Asian American womens poetry p141 196-97 Deep Bowl Press 0

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