Molly Tenenbaum


Author's Bio

Molly Tenenbaum is the author of three poetry collections: The Cupboard Artist (Floating Bridge, 2012), Now (Bear Star Press, 2007), and By a Thread (Van West & Co, 2000). She also has three chapbooks: Blue Willow (Floating Bridge Press 1998), Old Voile (New Michigan Press), and Story (Cash Machine, 2006). Her work appears in many journals, including The Beloit Poetry Journal, Best American Poetry 1991, Black Warrior Review, Crab Creek Review, Crab Orchard Review, Cutbank, The Diagram, Fine Madness, In Posse, Nimrod, The Mississippi Review, New England Review, Poetry, Poetry Daily, Poetry Northwest, Prairie Schooner, River Styx, Shenandoah, The Southeast Review, Swivel, and Willow Springs, and in webzines including Anti-, Fringe, and Snakeskin. Honors include a Hedgebrook residency and a 2009 Washington State Artist Trust Fellowship. She’s also a musician, playing Appalachian string band music; her CDs are Instead of a Pony and Goose & Gander. She lives in Seattle. Find her at

Publications & Prizes

The Cupboard Artist (Floating Bridge Press, 2012)
Now (Bear Star Press, 2007)
By a Thread (Eastern Washington University Press, 2000)

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Last update: Dec 24, 2011