Carolyn Hart's novel into the silence: the fishing story has been chosen by Barbara Hoffert of the Library Journal as one of the top 15 indie titles of autumn. The list includes books published by independent presses in the U.S. and UK. Carolyn's novel is published by Red Hen Press (September 2014).
Barbara Hoffert, a well known and established reviewer, is past president and recently reelected president of the National Book Critics Circle. The novel is also included on Library Journal's list of 2014 and 2015 titles, 'To Name a Few: Debut Fiction'. You can read the review about Carolyn's novel and see the list of other autumn titles reviewed in Library Journal here.
Carolyn is senior lecturer in Creative Writing and course leader for the MA Creative Writing. She has received numerous grants and awards for her fiction and academic work, including a British Council US-UK New Partnership Fund for international collaboration on the MA Creative Writing program.