Lisa Hartsgrove is program coordinator & writing instructor for Project Write Now, a nonprofit with a mission to transform individuals, organizations, and communities through writing. She is also program manager for PWN Teen, the teen devision of Project Write Now.
Lisa has an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College. She has been published in The Pitkin Review, Collage, and The Atlantic Highlands’ “Herald.” She also took first place in the 2019 Laury Egan HBAC Poetry Contest and third place in the 2014 Jersey Bayshore Writing Contest.
Lisa is currently working on a YA novel-in-verse as well as keeping up with a daily “One Sentence a Day” writing project she began in March of 2016. She shares her pages and her art on her Instagram, @spillingmyart.