Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg is interviewed for Galore magazine‘s article How To Stop Judging Yourself For Being Single.(November 15, 2016).

An essay entitled The Necessity of Finding and Rejecting Comfort by Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg is the featured essay for Essays By Women October issue. You can download the entire issue here. (October 1 2016).

Three poems from Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s third book, Notes on Healing and Clarity, Volume 2, are featured on Monster House Press here. (May 24, 2016).

Soften is featured on Casual Contrast‘s Springtime Reads for Renewal post here! (April 27, 2016).

Soften is featured on KC in Cleveland‘s Summer Reading List here. (June 24, 2015).

A poem from Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s second book, Soften, is featured on Monster House Press’ website here. (May 11, 2015).

Review of the poetry reading Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg read at on Friday, March 20 by Cleveland-blogger Kim Castagnola who attended (March 25, 2015).

A feature on Clevland-blogger Kim’s blog (about living life in Cleveland!) featuring Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s handmade, all natural eye serum that made it into her Beauty Survival Kit post for March. (March 1, 2015).

The Stuck (an independent, online publication by teens and for teens!!) created a video featuring poems from Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s reading in Bloomington, Indiana (February 15, 2015).

Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg was interviewed, read poems, and made a guest appearance on 91.9 on WRUW’s Voices & Choices in Cleveland, OH here. (December 16, 2014)

A review of a reading Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg did at Have Company in Grand Rapids, MI on July 28, 2014 here. (July 30, 2014)

Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s poem, <3Womyn<3, is featured on the Cleveland chapter of Hollaback! here. (May 10, 2014)

Two of Erin Elizabeth Wehrenberg’s poems from her book Notes on Healing and Clarity are featured on Monster House Press‘ website here. (May 1, 2014)

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