A practicing Buddhist for over thirty years, Hollis Giammatteo has sought experiences that would challenge her practice, from teaching a method of writing to working with the elderly. She co-founded, managed, and wrote plays for The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, PA and for Rhode Island Feminist Theater. Hollis has published in a variety of magazines: Prairie Schooner, The North American Review, Ms., Calyx, Vogue, and Women’s Sports and Fitness, among others. She has also been granted an National Endowment for the Arts award, selected for a residency at the Cottages at Hedgebrook, and received a PEN/Jerard Award, honoring “a distinguished nonfiction work-in-progress for an emerging woman writer,” for her work On the Line: Memoir of a Peace Walk.
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As seen in...
- American Poetry Review
- Prairie Schooner
- The North American Review
- Women's Sports and Fitness
- National Endowment for the Arts Literary Fellowship
- Hedgebrook residency
- PEN/Jerard Award (for "On the Line: Memoir of a Peace Walk)
Previously published in excerpted form
On the Line: Memoir of a Peace Walk.