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
Kaye Bache-Snyder Can she still hear me? in Sing heavenly muse! Womens poetry and prose;Womenstory: Memoir Issue no.23 p28-32 Minnesota Literature 1997 Memoir
Kaye Bache-Snyder Pinnacles and plains Finishing Line Press 2004 Poetry
Aliison Baker Voices of Resistance: oral histories of Moroccan women State University of New York Press 1998 Non-Fiction
Anna Bolint Finding Rosa excerpt from THE INVENTION OF MARIA HORVATH in Jack Straw writers anthology v13 p13-17 Jack Straw Productions 2009 Fiction
Anna Bolint Horse thief Curbstone Press 2004 Short Stories
Christianne Balk Before the spill: celebrating the sea at dusk in Season of dead water p10 Breitenbush Book 1990 Poem
Christianne Balk Bindweed MacMillan Publishing Co. 1986 Poetry
Christianne Balk Desiring flight Purdue University 1995 Poetry
Anjali Banerjee Goddess of learning in New To North America: writing by US immigrants their children and grandchildren p85 Burning Bush 1997 Short Story
Anjali Banerjee Bringing back grandfather Puffin Books 2006 Fiction
Anjali Banerjee Imaginary men Down Town Press 2005 Fiction
Anjali Banerjee Invisible lives Down Town Press 2006 Fiction
Anjali Banerjee Maya running Random House 2005 Fiction
Anjali Banerjee Seaglass summer Random House 2010 Childrens Fiction
Neelanjana Banerjee Cowgirl series I Priapos in Indivisible: an anthology of contemporary South Asian American poetry University of Arkansas Press 2010 Poetry
Brenda Bankhead Old but not dead in Time of our lives: women write on sex after 40 p11-14 Crossing Press 1993 Essay
Brenda Bankhead Prize in Skin deep: women writing on color culture and identify p47-52 Crossing Press 1994 Short Story
Brenda Bankhead Visitations in Sisterfire: black womanist fiction and poetry p276-89 Harper 1994 Short Story
Donna B Barnes Meria may you rest in peace in Great River Review no.42 p58 Great River Review Inc. 2005 Short Story
Judith Barrington Poetry and prejudice in Stories that shape us: contemporary women write about the West p40-57 Norton 1995 Essay

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