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Women Authoring Change on the Art Zone Hedgebrook Special
Art Zone Hedgebrook Special: Women Authoring Change
5/23/201426:41

In 1985, Seattle philanthropist Nancy Nordhoff bought a working farm overlooking Useless Bay on Whidbey Island. The land became Hedgebrook -- one of the few residency programs in the world exclusively dedicated to supporting the creative process of women writers. This Art Zone special tells the story of the rural retreat on its 25th anniversary. Go inside the world of Hedgebrook with Nordhoff and meet some of the women writers who have inhabited these woods including Gloria Steinem, Valerie Curtis-Newton, Elizabeth Austen, Pramila Jayapal and more.

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