Participating writers for Hobart Festival of Women Writers are a prolific group. We celebrate them 365 days /year. During Women’s History Month we are highlighting their recent published work in poetry, fiction, non-fiction and memoir. This spring welcomes NEW published work by past and current Festival Participating Writers.
Hobart Festival of Women Writers has trumpeted and celebrated the work of women writers since 2013. Our annual three-day weekend of readings, workshops, dramatic readings, and panel discussions has formerly taken place just after Labor Day.
This year for the first time we’re getting together on June 16, 17th and 18th. Mark your calendar and make your plans.
Hobart Festival Participating Writers have authored some of the most exciting books of fiction, non-fiction and memoir.
Support their work and your local independent book store.
Alexis DeVeaux – JesusDevil: The Parables – http://alexisdeveaux.com/
Nancy Agabian – The Fear of Large and Small Nations – http://nancyagabian.com/
Sophfronia Scott – Wild, Beautiful and Free – https://sophfronia.com/
Diane Gilliam – Linney Stepp – https://saddleroadpress.com/linney-stepp.html
Mecca Jamilah Sullivan – Big Girl – http://www.meccajamilahsullivan.com/
Remica Bingham Risher – Soul Culture – https://www.remicabinghamrisher.com/
Laurie Lico Albanese – Hester – https://www.laurielicoalbanese.com/
Jane Schulman – Where Blue Is Blue – nhttps://mainstreetragbookstore.com/product/where-blue-is-blue-jane-schulman/
Cheryl Boyce Taylor – Mama Phife Represents – https://cherylboycetaylor.net/
We Were Not Wearing Helmets
Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond – Blue – https://www.nanabrewhammond.com/
Relations: An Anthology of African and Diaspora Voices, ed.
Ellen Meeropol – The Lost Women of Azalea Court – https://www.ellenmeeropol.com/
Yesenia Montilla – Muse Found in a Colonized Body – https://www.yeseniamontilla.com/
Cynthia Dewi Oka – A Tinderbox in Three Acts – https://www.cynthiadewioka.com/
Marina Antropow Cramer – Anna, Eva, Mimi, Adam – https://marinaantropowcramer.com/
Find the work of Festival co-founders, Cheryl Clarke in Wild Imperfections – https://www.cherylclarkepoet.
and Breena Clarke in Dreams For A Broken World, At The Crossroads and I’m Speaking Now: Black Women Share Their Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage and Hope – http://www.BreenaClarke.com
For complete Festival information:
Visit the Hobart Festival of Women Writers website at http://www.hobartfestivalofwomenwriters.com
More information about Hobart Book Village, the Reading Capital of New York State at http://www.hobartbookvillage.com