Helen Hart (author)

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Helen Hart has been a published author since 1999.

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She has written a number of novels under pseudonyms for Scholastic, Virgin Books, OUP, HarperCollins and a range of overseas publishers. Her work has been translated into many languages including Swedish, Danish, Japanese and Greek. [1]

One of her Young Adult novels, written as Maya Snow, was shortlisted for the Solihull Children's Book Award 2010.

Helen is one of the founding partners of publishing consultancy SilverWood Books (silverwoodbooks.co.uk) which helps writers get their work into print. She is the co-founder of the successful 'Get Published Masterclass' in Bristol and was a judge for the Bristol Short Story Prize in 2010 and 2011. Her most recent book is the swashbuckling pirate adventure The Black Banner.

She is represented by London literary agency Pollinger Ltd.

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