Poetry. Women's Studies. WOO is a hagiography written and translated under the spiritual guide of a heretic. Ten years in the making, WOO (work without opus number) is a creative translation of the first 116 pages of the Book of Mormon that were lost by Joseph Smith, never found, and subsequently rewritten as The Book of Mormon that is now circulated for free around the world in 110 languages.
Renee Angle's writing has appeared in the literary journals Entropy Magazine, Western Humanities Review, The Volta, Diagram, Practice New Art + Writing, Sonora Review, EOAGH. In addition, Angle's work has been published in I'LL DROWN MY BOOK: CONCEPTUAL WRITING BY WOMEN (Les Figues Press, 2012), and in the chapbook Lucy Design in the Papal Flea (dancing girl press, 2010). She lives and works in Tucson, AZ, where she is an archivist for The League for Holographic Music and the Education Programs Coordinator for the University of Arizona Poetry Center. WoO, published by Letter Machine Editions, is her first book.
Author City: TUCSON, AZ USA