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Bethesda Magazine's 2017 Best of Bethesda Editors' Pick for "Best Place for Literary Inspiration"

 

Virginia Hartman


Virginia Hartman has taught writing at George Washington University, American University, and the Smithsonian, and has been teaching at The Writer's Center for the past 10 years. Her work has appeared in The Hudson Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Potomac ReviewDelmarva Review, and The Washingtonian, among others. Her writing has been anthologized in Gravity Dancers: Even More Fiction by Washington Area Women (Paycock Press), and she is the co-editor, with Barbara Esstman, of a literary anthology called A More Perfect Union: Poems and Stories About the Modern Wedding(St. Martin’s Press). The Sewanee Writer’s Conference and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts have granted her fellowships, and her stories have been shortlisted for the New Letters prize judged by Benjamin Percy, the Tennessee Williams Festival Prize, the Dana Awards, and the Washington Writers’ Publishing House Prize.