Poetry Reading with Ann Tweedy and Risa Denenberg

Please join us for a night of poetry featuring Ann Tweedy and Risa Denenberg


ANN TWEEDY'S first full-length book, The Body’s Alphabet, will be published by Headmistress Press this August. She also has published two chapbooks: Beleaguered Oases (tcCreativePress 2010) and White Out (Green Fuse Press 2013). Her poetry has appeared in Clackamas Literary Review, Rattle, damselfly press, Lavender Review, literary mama, Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly, and elsewhere. Ann is currently a student in Hamline University’s Master of Fine Arts Program. Originally from Southeastern Massachusetts, she has lived in many places on the West Coast and in the Midwest and now makes her home in Washington State. In addition to writing poetry and essays, she is also a law professor and a practicing attorney who represents Indian Tribes.







RISA DENENBERG lives a quiet life on the stunning Olympic peninsula in Washington State where she works as a
nurse practitioner. She is a moderator at The Gazebo, an online poetry board; reviews poetry for the American
Journal of Nursing; and is an editor at Headmistress Press, an independent publisher of books of poetry by
lesbians. Her recent publications include three chapbooks and a full length book, Mean Distance from the Sun
(Aldrich Press, 2013)










Event date: 
Sunday, October 9, 2016 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
Oak Hollow Gallery
5631 Summitview Ave
Yakima, WA 98908