Tennessee Maria Reed's Writings
My thirtieth birthday present to myself in 2007 was a digital camera. I’d been diagnosed not long before with small-fiber polyneuropathy, a painful nerve condition that affects my hands. That meant I could no longer use them for a lot of things, and I thought this meant that I was no longer an artist—that my art had been taken away from me. Since I got my camera...
Tennessee Reed began writing as a child. To date she has published 335 pages of poetry, contained in four collections. Her first poetry collection, Circus in the Sky (I. Reed Books, 1988), was published when she was eleven years old. These poems were...
Causes Tennessee Reed Supports
green and safe environment, anti-war, equal educational opportunities for all children, affordable health care for everyone, equal pay for equal work,...
Tennessee’s Favorite Books
"Mixing it Up" by Ishmael Reed "Rediscovering America" by Carla Blank "Dog Eaters" by Jessica Hagedorn "Alburquerque" by Rudolfo Anaya "Breaking Away" by...