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Collection Number: D-588

The collection contains personal journals, correspondence, and manuscripts of Henning's work. Also included are materials related to her involvement with the California Poets in the School program and receipt of the Event Horizon's Book Award. Correspondents include the following poets: William Matthews, Richard Jackson, Thomas Rain Crowe, Steve Sanfield, Dale Pendell, Marilyn Jurich, and Ioanna Veronika Warwick, among others.
Extent

7 linear feet

Biography

Poet Dianna Henning is the author of Broken Bone Tongue, Song Water Stones and Others: Poems, and The Tenderness House. She worked with the California Poets in the Schools Program and facilitated the Thompson Peak Writers Workshop in Lassen County, California.

Inclusive Dates

circa 1980-2014

Subject

Language and Literature

Additional Collection Information

Finding Aid on the Online Archive of California

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