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Author: Bobbie Louise Hawkins

Bobbie Louise Hawkins has written more than twenty books of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and performance monologues. She has performed her work at Joseph Papp's Public Theater, Bottom Line and Folk City in New York City; at The Great American Music Hall and Intersection in San Francisco, as well as reading and performing in Canada, England, Germany, Japan, Holland, and more. In England she worked with Apples and Snakes, read at the Canterbury Festival and the Poetry Society. She was commissioned to write a one-hour play for Public Radio's "The Listening Ear," and she has a CD, with Rosalie Sorrels and Terry Garthwaite, Live at the Great American Music Hall, available from Flying Fish Records. She was invited by Anne Waldman and Allen Ginsberg to begin a prose concentration in the writing program at Naropa University, where she taught for twenty years.

Absolutely Eden
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Absolutely Eden

United Artists Books

Literary Nonfiction. The majority of Hawkins's new book, ABSOLUTELY EDEN, comes from re-drafted pieces from her celebrated one-woman shows "Life As We Know It" and "Take Love, For Instance," which were performed at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary...

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Fifteen Poems
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Fifteen Poems

Belladonna*

Poetry. FIFTEEN POEMS is a republication of a lyrical sequence of poems that Bobbie Louise Hawkins wrote and read in 1971 in Bolinas. This book includes an introduction by Robert Duncan (1973) and an interview of Hawkins and Barbara Henning talking ...

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Selected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins
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Selected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins

BlazeVOX books

Fiction. Literary Nonfiction. Edited by Barbara Henning. Includes twelve pages of black and white photographs and an interview with the author by Barbara Henning."Bobbie Louise Hawkins captures the sound of the human voice on the page with grace and...

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