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Alexandra Hall is a Boston food writer and co-author of Fresh and Honest: Food from the Farms of New England and the Kitchen of Henrietta’s Table.
Yona Harvey is the author of the poetry collections You Don’t Have To Go To Mars for Love (Four Way Books, 2020), and Hemming the Water (Four Way Books), winner of the Kate Tufts Discovery Award. She contributed to Marvel’s World of Wakanda and co-authored with Ta-Nehisi Coates Black Panther and Crew. She ha worked... [More]
Beth Hautala’s debut middle grade novel, Waiting for Unicorns, will be published by Philomel Books in 2015. Beth lives in Minnesota with her family.
Danette Haworth is the author of Violet Raines Almost Got Struck By Lightning, The Summer of Moonlight Secrets, Me and Jack, and A Whole Lot of Lucky. She created her first book when she was six, featuring hair-raising pictures of the battle between a green stickboy and a red stickman.
Bethany Hegedus’ award-winning books include the novels Truth with a Capital T (Delacorte/Random House) and Between Us Baxters (WestSide Books) and Grandfather Gandhi, a picture book co-authored with Arun Gandhi, illustrated by Evan Turk (Atheneum/Simon & Schuster).  A graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA program in Writing for Children & Young Adults, Bethany... [More]
Natalie Hoopes is an author-illustrator and part-time witch. She loves to wander around in nature and will steal your fries when you aren’t looking. She currently lives in Arizona with her husband, son and too many plants.    
Abeer Hoque is a Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer. She is the author of a book of travel photographs and poems, THE LONG WAY HOME, a linked story collection, THE LOVERS AND THE LEAVERS, and a memoir, OLIVE WITCH. She has BS and MA degrees from Wharton, and an MFA from the University of... [More]
Julie Israel is an author, artist, and real-life unicorn (for getting a degree in Creative Writing and actually using it). Between graduating and selling her first book, she taught English in Japan, tutored, wrote freelance copy, and worked as a volunteer. When not writing, she is probably teaching herself about something new: photography, French, guitar, or... [More]