Natalie S. Harnett
Natalie S. Harnett has an MFA from Columbia and has been awarded an Edward Albee Fellowship, a Summer Literary Seminars Fellowship, and a Vermont Studio Center Writer’s Grant. Her fiction has been a finalist for the Mary McCarthy Prize, the Mid-List Press First Series Award for the Novel, the Glimmer Train’s Short Story Award for New Writers, and The Ray Bradbury Short Story Fellowship. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Chicago Quarterly Review, The Irish Echo, The Madison Review, The MacGuffin and The New York Times. Her debut novel, THE HOLLOW GROUND, won the 2015 John Gardner Fiction Book Award, the 2014 Appalachian Book of the Year Award & was longlisted for the 2016 International Dublin Literary Award. It is an Amazon and Audible best seller; a Goodreads Book Group Worthy title; a LIBRARY JOURNAL's "Debuts with Buzz" selection; and a SAN DIEGO MAGAZINE's '5 Books to Read This Month' selection. She lives on Long Island and Northeastern PA with her husband and child.
Books:The Hollow Ground, September 2015