Lenore Hart is a novelist, poet, writing professor, and editor. She's presented or been a visiting writer at Elizabethtown College, Flagler College, Florida State University, The Irish Writers Centre, The Norman Mailer Center, George Mason University, New College of Florida, Old Dominion University, The U.S. Naval Academy, Sweet Briar College, and the Oberpfalzer Kunstlerhaus in Bavaria, Germany.
She's received awards, grants, and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Virginia Commission for the Arts, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, The Florida Fine Arts Council, Old Dominion University, the Connecticut Poetry Society, and the Irish Writer's Union. Her work has been featured on Voice of America, in Poets and Writers, and on the PBS-TV series "Writer to Writer." She served as fiction faculty in the Maslow Graduate Creative Writing Program at Wilkes University for many years.
Currently, Hart teaches at the Ossabaw Island Writers Retreat, serves on the boards of the Irish Writers Union and the Irish Copyright Licensing Agency, and is the fiction editor at Northampton House Press. For more information about her books, see "Novels" on this site. For more details about her, see "Biography." For current information on forthcoming books or upcoming events, visit and Like her Facebook author site or follow her on Twitter, @Elfair and on Instragram @lenore_hart_author. To learn about some of the books she's acquired and edited, see the fiction and memoir lists at www.northampton-house.com.