Harriet Ann Ellenberger

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Harriet Ann Ellenberger

Harriet Ann Ellenberger was an activist in the U.S. civil-rights, anti-war and women’s liberation movements before immigrating to Canada at the age of forty. She was a founding member of the Charlotte (North Carolina) Women’s Center (1971), co-founding editor of the journal Sinister Wisdom(1976-81), a founding partner in the bilingual feminist bookstore L’Essentielle (Montreal, 1987), editor of a small web publication She Is Still Burning (2000-2003), and co-editor (2004-8) of Trivia: Voices of Feminism. She lives in rural New Brunswick, where she writes, practices piano and helps her partner rebuild their old farmhouse. She blogs at http://www.harrietannellenberger.wordpress.com/

Recently published posts: 

Essay) Farewell for Now to a Beautiful Mother by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Poem) In A Time of Storms by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Book Review) Amazon Grace: Read it Aloud by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Poem) Eclipse of Hope by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Poem) The Watcher and The Watched by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Poem) The Neighbours Send a Message by Harriet Ellenberger

(Poem) ‘Sunrise Over the U.S.A.’ by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(Poem) ‘Victoria, British Columbia, Summer Solstice 1993′ by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

‘My First Metaphysics Lesson’ by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

 

 

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Sara
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Harriet needs to write a memoir of her life… this is a woman of wisdom. Harriet is a “mother” of the second wave of the feminist movement, a woman whose writing we cannot do without.