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Full Name: Wendy Mnookin
Biography:
Wendy Mnookin's most recent book of poems is The Moon Makes Its Own Plea, published by BOA Editions in 2008. Her other books are What He Took, To Get Here, and Guenever Speaks. The recipient of an NEA fellowship, Mnookin lives in Newton, Massachusetts, and teaches poetry at Emerson College and at Grub Street, a non-profit writing school in Boston.
Circuit Writer Information:
Category: Interstate
Travel Range: New York City area.
Transportation: Prefer public transportation.
Dates Available: Depends on my teaching schedule.
Fees: Negotiable.
Contact Information: PH: 617-964-7759
Email: wmnookin@post.harvard.edu
Website (click here)
Author's Timeline:
1999 (Unknown) County
To Get Here
(Pub: BOA Editions, 250 North Goodman Street, Suite 306, Rochester, New York 14607. boaedit@frontiernet.net, http://www.boaeditions.org. Books can be ordered from publisher, from Consortium 800-283-3572, or author will bring books. ISBN: 1-880238-73-X, ISBN-13: 978-1880238738)
Poetry. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Guenever Speaks
(Pub: Round Table Publications. ISBN: )
Poetry. 
2008 (Unknown) County
The Moon Makes Its Own Plea
(Pub: BOA Editions, 250 North Goodman Street, Suite 306, Rochester, New York 14607. boaedit@frontiernet.net, http://www.boaeditions.org. Books can be ordered from publisher, from Consortium 800-283-3572, or author will bring books. ISBN: 193441414X, ISBN-13: 978-1934414149)
Poetry. 
2002 (Unknown) County
What He Took
(Pub: BOA Editions, 250 North Goodman Street, Suite 306, Rochester, New York 14607. boaedit@frontiernet.net, http://www.boaeditions.org. Books can be ordered from publisher, from Consortium 800-283-3572, or author will bring books. ISBN: 1929918194, ISBN-13: 978-1929918195.)
Poetry. 

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