New Hampshire
Profile Type: Artist
Adi Rule

Author of young adult novels The Hidden Twin and Strange Sweet Song (St Martin’s Press). My work has appeared in Hunger Mountain journal of the arts and the NH Pulp Fiction anthology series, as well as New Hampshire Magazine, where I regularly contribute "Last Laugh" essays. I have led workshops for teens and adults throughout New England. I am a graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a client of Ammi-Joan Paquette with Erin Murphy Literary. In addition to writing, I've taught music and drama in many settings, including privately, in public and Montessori schools, for private music schools, and within theater organizations; I also ran a children's theater camp for ten years. When I'm not writing, I sing with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, the chorus of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, with whom I have also been a soloist. I live in New Hampshire with three cats who hate each other.

Additional Links: 
My books, blog, and bonus content.
Links to NH Magazine essays and sneak peeks of my novels.

I Have Worked With

  • August 2016
  • July 2016

    I led a workshop on writing characters for the NHWP teen writers' camp.

  • June 2016

    I was on a panel discussing YA writing and publishing as part of the national Barnes & Noble Teen Book Festival.


  • Artist

Contact Information

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Physical Address: 
Northwood, NH 03261
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Profile Type: 
Primary Discipline: 
Literary Arts - Fiction
Additional Disciplines: 
Literary Arts- Fiction
Populations Served: 
General Public
Institution/Business Type: 
Artist (Individual)
Activities and Services: 
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Residency - Community
Residency - In School
Writing Services
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Geographic Reach: 
Multi-State Region

Affiliations and Accomplishments

Professional Associations: 
Vermont College of Fine Arts - Young Writers Network
MFA (Writing), Vermont College of Fine Arts
BA (Voice), University of New Hampshire
2010 Houghton Mifflin/Clarion Prize for Novels (Vermont College of Fine Arts)