Holly Woodward writes stories, verse, essays and plays. Holly's stories and poems have been published in many magazines and her writing has won over a hundred honors. Woodward spent a year as the only American doctoral fellow at Moscow University; she also studied for two semesters at Saint Petersburg University.
She served as writer in residence at Saint Albans, Washington National Cathedral, where she taught creative writing to high school students. Holly led a special love poetry workshop to writers drawn from Chicago's public schools. She has taught English at Manhattan's Convent of the Sacred Heart and at other institutions.
In her spare time, Holly enjoys bookmaking, collage and watercolor and likes to bring out the artistic gifts of students. She has earned a permanent place on the roster of trained teaching writers with the state of New Jersey.