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About A poem begins with a lump in your throat ~~ Robert Frost

Eve Hoffman is a sixth generation Georgian; Red Clay is her first book. She’s worked with poets at the Paris Poetry Workshops, Idylwild Summer Poetry Workshops, Hambidge Writers’ Workshops and Cecilia Woloch’s Atlanta workshops. She’s been published by the Georgia Humanities Council, Emory University Center for Ethics, New Southerner, Southern Women’s Review, online, and her work is included in performances of the Academy Theater Senior Ensemble. Eve founded and published three anthologies of Georgia K-12 public school writing. She is completing 20 stories of the models in Sal Brownfield’s series of paintings, A Celebration of Healing: Lives Impacted by Breast Cancer. She is working a new poetry manuscript coming from the nexus of being a white, southern, Jewish woman. Eve Hoffman has been an elected official, a public education and environmental advocate. She founded non-profits and served on numerous not-for-profit boards. has been identified by Georgia Trend as one of the most influential people in the state and has been honored by her alma mater Smith College as a “Remarkable Woman.” Eve lives in the woods by the river of her childhood and takes her grandchildren to play in the creek she played in as a child.



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by | June 1, 2009 · 2:18 AM