I never consider how I’ll read a poem while writing it. When reading it to listeners, the greatest gift I can give them is spontaneity. Something in the read or recited poem should always remain fluid, open to surprise. – Margot Farrington
Babes that sleep in hewn rock cradles
learn to bear the hardness coming.
Tough grace forged in tender bones—
may this serve & bless them well.
—– Kamilah Aisha Moon
Known for her stunning fine art photography, her literary portraits and her lyric videos, Rachel Eliza Griffiths joins Festival of Women Writers 2017
Clear a swath of your book shelves for Festival of Women Writers Participating Writer’s published works.
Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers announces its stunning roster of Participating Writers for 2017
On the weekend after Labor Day 2016, September 9, 10 & 11th, the tiny village of Hobart, New York hosted its fourth annual Festival of Women Writers. It was an exciting three-day Festival of public readings, writing workshops, panel discussion, bookselling, book buying, food, and camaraderie. Hosted and sponsored by the six independent bookstores of…
Festival 2015 took place on September 11, 12 & 13th, our third glorious year of readings and workshops celebrating the work of women authors.
View a slideshow of the women and the works featured in our second year of Festival of Women Writers, held on September 5, 6 & 7th.
Our inaugural Festival was a special opportunity for all lovers of language to celebrate the work of women authors. View a slideshow of our first stellar year.