Jeanine Hathaway taught writing and literature at Wichita State University. She currently serves on the poetry faculty for Seattle Pacific University’s low-residency MFA Program. Her books include the autobiographical novel,Motherhouse (Hyperion, 1992) and a collection of poems, The Self as Constellation (UNT Press, 2002) which won the 2001 Vassar Miller Prize for Poetry. She was a monthly columnist for The Wichita Times for 12 years. Hathaway has led creative writing workshops (in poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction) off-campus locally and at the Fall Writing Festival at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico. She is at work on a libretto for an opera based on Gary D. Wilson’s novel, Sing, Ronnie Blue. Her chapbook, The Ex-Nun Poems, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.
Motherhouse (Hyperion, 1992)
The Self as Constellation (UNT Press)