Elizabeth Treadwell

Elizabeth Treadwell is the author of a novel, Eleanor Ramsey: the Queen of Cupsas well as the following books of prose and poetry, Populace, Stolen Images of Dymphna, Eve Doe: Prior to Landscape (Movements 9-31), The Erratix & Other Stories,and Eve Doe (becoming an epic poem). What we like about Treadwell is her diversity of form, her insistent investigation into character, family history, landscape, the local. Her writing attempts simultaneously to recreate the particulars of a gendered life and to spark something new, a Bronte refulgent in the California sun. Born in Oakland in 1967, she currently lives in Berkeley, where she edits Outletmagazine and Double Lucy Books.

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