Poetry. "Estha Weiner's sensibility is beautifully unique—a blend of Beckett and Dorothy Parker, Maine and New York City, loss and evocation. The poems have gnomic quality; their conclusion is the habit of someone who bravely shapes retorts to the breezy slanders of time."—Baron Wormser
Estha Weiner is the author of at the last minute (Salmon Poetry), In the Weather of the World (Salmon Poetry), The Mistress Manuscript (Asheville Book Works), TRANSFIGURATION BEGINS AT HOME (Tiger Bark Press); and co-editor/contributor to Blues for Bill: A Tribute to William Matthews ( Akron Poetry Series, University of Akron Press). Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, including The New Republic and Barrow Street. Winner of a Paterson Poetry Prize and a Visiting Scholar at The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford, England, she is founding director of Sarah Lawrence College NY Alumni/ae Writers Nights, Marymount Writers Nights, and a Speaker on Shakespeare for The New York Council For The Humanities. She is a Professor in the English Department at City College of NY, and Sarah Lawrence College Writing Institute, and serves or has served on the Poetry/Writing faculties of The Frost Place, Hudson Valley Writers Center, Stone Coast Writers Conference, Poets and Writers, Poets House, and The Writers Voice. She also serves on the Advisory Committee of Slapering Hol Press, Hudson Valley Writers Center. In her previous life, she was an actor and worked for BBC Radio.