Ginny Wiehardt was a writer for The Balance Careers covering fiction writing for five and a half years. She has taught writing to people of all ages through CUNY, Pratt Institute, and Poets House.
In addition to being a writer, she has experience in publishing, first at a traditional press and then for an electronic publishing project funded by the Mellon Foundation. She has been an editor with Columbia University Libraries for over ten years.
Wiehardt is a poet as well as a middle-grade fiction writer. Her poetry chapbook, “Migration” won the 2015 Gold Line Press Poetry Chapbook Contest and her poetry has appeared in literary journals including the Adroit Journal, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Bellingham Review, Southern Humanities Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and Willow Springs.
Wiehardt received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Texas at Austin and an MFA in poetry and fiction from the Michener Center for Writers.Awards and Publications
Wiehardt's published works include:
“Migration” won the 2015 Gold Line Press Poetry Chapbook Contest
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