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Jane Wodening (Mary Jane Collom) was born on 19 March, 0036 in Western Springs, Illinois, U.S., is a writer. Discover Jane Wodening's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 87 years old?

Popular As Mary Jane Collom
Occupation writer
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Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 19 March 0036
Birthday 19 March
Birthplace Western Springs, Illinois, U.S.
Nationality Illinois

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Who Is Jane Wodening's Husband?

Her husband is Stan Brakhage (m. 1957-1987)

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Husband Stan Brakhage (m. 1957-1987)
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Children Myrrena Schwegmann (b. 1958) Crystal Brakhage (b. 1960) Neowyn Bartek (b. 1961) Bearthm Brakhage (b. 1963) Rarc Brakhage (b.1964)

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• Brakhage's Childhood - Granary Books, New York, NY 2016


• The Lady Orangutan and Other Stories - Sockwood Press, Nederland, CO 2014


• Egypt and Me - Introduction by Jennifer Heath, design by Sarah Bell - Baksun Books, Boulder, CO 2012


• Living Up There - Foreword by Reed Bye - Baksun Books, Boulder, CO 2009


In 2004, she moved to Denver, Colorado and continued writing books, such as Wolf Dictionary, The Lady Orangutan and Other Stories, Animals I've Neglected to Mention, and Brakhage’s Childhood.


• First Presence - Introduction by Merill Gilfillan - Baksun Books, Boulder, CO 2000


• Book of Gargoyles - preface by Lucia Berlin - Baksun Books, Boulder, CO 1999


• Moon Songs - situations press, New York, NY 1997


• The Inside Story - Baksun Books in collaboration with Rodent Press, Boulder, CO 1996


• Mountain Woman Tales - illustrated by Betsy Buck - Grackle Books, Nederland, CO 1994


second edition, preface by Robert Creeley - Invisible Books, London, UK 1993

• Lump Gulch Tales - Grackle Books, Nederland, CO 1993


• From the Book of Legends - 100 copies made - Granary Books, New York, NY 1989


After almost 30 years of marriage, Brakhage separated from Wodening in 1986, and the divorce was finalized a year later. She subsequently lived in her car for two years and drove all over America, creating the book Driveabout. Later, she lived alone in a tiny cabin at 10,000 feet elevation in the Rocky Mountains, creating another book Living Up There while getting out several collections of short stories.


second edition Mountain Woman Tales and Bird Journal, 1967 - Baksun Books, Boulder CO 2000


She later featured in another "birth film" filmed by Brakhage, called Thigh Line Lyre Triangular (1961), though this film was less critically acclaimed.


In the mid to late 1960s, Wodening made a set of three large scrapbooks that include many of the poets and artists of the time. These are now in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. They have since been made accessible online.


Wodening married Stan Brakhage in 1957. During their marriage, she was featured in one of Brakhage's best-known works, the experimental short film Window Water Baby Moving. In the film, her husband films her giving birth. Critic Archer Winsten described the film as being "so forthright, so full of primitive wonder and love, so far beyond civilization in its acceptance that it becomes an experience like few in the history of movies." The Academy Film Archive preserved Window Water Baby Moving in 2013.


Jane Wodening (born Mary Jane Collom in 1936) is an American artist and writer. She is best known for her collaborations with experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage, to whom she was married from 1957 until 1987. During this period, she was known as Jane Brakhage. Wodening featured in Brakhage's short film Window Water Baby Moving, in which her husband filmed her giving birth.