William Harding

Poet, Fiction Writer

1953 Huffstatler St.
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Phone: 
760 458 2704

Author's Bio

William Harry Harding has written four novels – Three Women and the River or The Englishman Who Forgot His Own Name (Lymer & Hart: 2018), and Rainbow, Young Hart, Mill Song – and a children’s book – Alvin’s Famous No-Horse – all from Henry Holt.  His poetry and Pushcart Prize-nominated short fiction and poetry has been published in The Paterson Literary Review, LIPS, San Diego Writers Ink Anthology, Summation, Magee Park Poets Anthology and the San Diego Poetry Annual. The founder of Garden Oak Press, he chairs the San Diego Entertainment + Arts Guild (SDEAG) and publishes the San Diego Poetry Annual.

gardenoakpress.com        sdeag.org      sandiegopoetryannual.com

Publications & Prizes

Fiction

Books:
Three Women and the River -- or, The Englishman Who Forgot His Own Name (Garden Oak Press, 2018)
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Alvin's Famous No-Horse (Henry Holt, 1992)
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Mill Song (Henry Holt, 1985)
,
Young Hart (Henry Holt, 1982)
,
Rainbow (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1979)

Poetry

Anthologies:
San Diego Writers, Ink (San Diego Writers, Ink, 2017)
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San Diego Poetry Annual (Garden Oak Press, 2015)
,
Great Falls Anthology (Poetry Center Passaic County Community College, 2014)
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Paterson Literary Review (Poetry Center Passaic County Community College, 2014)
,
San Diego Poetry Annual (Garden Oak Press, 2014)
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San Diego Poetry Annual (Garden Oak Press, 2013)
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San Diego Poetry Annual (Garden Oak Press, 2010)
Prizes won: 

1982 New Jersey Writers Award of Merit (for Young Hart)

More Information

Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Italian American
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, Children
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Paterson
Raised in: 
Wayne, NJ
New Jersey
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Last update: May 08, 2019