Pamela Hart

PAMELA HART is author of the award-winning collection, MOTHERS OVER NANGARHAR, published in 2019 by Sarabande Books. She  is writer-in-residence at the Katonah Museum of Art where she manages and teaches an arts-in-education program as well as the museum’s prison arts initiative. She is a 2020 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) poetry fellow finalist. She received the Brian Turner Literary Arts Prize in poetry in 2016. She was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts poetry fellowship as well as a fellowship from the SUNY Purchase College Writers Center. Toadlily Press published her chapbook, The End of the Body. She is a teaching artist in the schools and lives in North Salem, New York. She is poetry editor for Afghan Voices, the Afghan Women’s Writing Project and for As You Were: The Military Review.

  • Poet at the Mall & Neuromythology

    Because language begins in body