Edie Hemingway, a graduate of Spalding University's MFA program, is co-author of two Civil War novels for children, both of which have been licensed by Scholastic Book Fairs and optioned for films. Her most recent middle grade novel, ROAD TO TATER HILL (Delacorte Press, September 2009), is set in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina during the summer of 1963 and has been awarded a 2009 Parents' Choice Gold Award. When she's not writing, Edie is teaching creative writing workshops at Misty Hill Lodge, her secluded 1930s log cabin home on Braddock Mountain near Frederick, Maryland. She is the Co-Regional Advisor for the MD/DE/WV chapter of SCBWI.
Member since 2004
Region: Maryland/Delaware/West Virginia
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