Poetry Reading with Julene Tripp Weaver & Allyson Whipple

Julene Tripp Weaver has a private counseling practice in Seattle. Her book, No Father Can Save Her, is published by Plain View Press. Her chapbook, Case Walking: An AIDS Case Manager Wails Her Blues, is writing from her work through the heart of the AIDS epidemic. Her poems are published in many journals, a few include Qarrtsiluni, Drash, Menacing Hedge, Gutter Eloquence, Cliterature, San Pedro River Review, and Future Earth Magazine; most recently her work is included in Garrison Keillor’s collection, GoodPoems American Places, and in the anthology, Wait A Minute, I Have to Take Off My Bra. She does wordplay on Twitter @trippweavepoet and has a website: www.julenetrippweaver.com.

Allyson Whipple lives in Austin, Texas, where she works in education and directs the Austin Feminist Poetry Festival. Her work has most recently appeared in Haiku Journal, the 2013 Texas Poetry Calendar, and Southern Women's Review. Her chapbook, We're Smaller Than We Think We Are, will be published by Finishing Line Press in April. Allyson gets her literary inspirations from landscape, science, math, religion, and driving long distances. You can read more about her work at http://allysonmwhipple.wordpress.com/.

Event date: 
Sunday, April 21, 2013 - 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Event address: 
5501 N Lamar Blvd
78751-1029 Austin
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ISBN: 9781935514800
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Published: Plain View Press, LLC - February 1st, 2011