Due to unforeseen circumstances, A.G. Harmon has had to cancel his participation.
A.G. Harmon, author of Some Bore Gifts, has published fiction and essays in Triquarterly, The Antioch Review, Shenandoah, and Image, among others. His fiction won the 2001 Peter Taylor Prize for A House All Stilled. He teaches at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Kristen Harmon, co-author of Tripping the Tale Fantastic, has published fiction, creative nonfiction, and academic essays in literary magazines, peer-reviewed scholarly journals, literary anthologies, and edited chapter collections. She is a professor of English at Gallaudet University.
Barbara Heritage, curator of the recent Rotunda exhibit, “Shaping Eyre: Charlotte Bronte’s Classic Novel in 200 Objects,” is the associate director and curator of collections at Rare Book School at UVA. She is writing a book that delves into Bronte’s writing process and development as an author.
Christopher Jon Heuer, editor of Tripping the Tale Fantastic, is also the author of Bug and All Your Parts Intact. His writing has appeared in a variety of anthologies and periodicals.
Hermione Hoby, author of Neon in Daylight, grew up in south London and has lived in New York since 2010. She is a freelance journalist who writes about culture and gender for publications including The New Yorker, The Guardian, and the Times Literary Supplement.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Cara Hoffman has had to cancel her participation.
Cara Hoffman, author of Running, a New York Times Editors Choice and Esquire‘s Best Book of 2017, has written for The Paris Review, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and NPR, and has been a visiting writer at the University of Oxford.