Please contact Heath directly regarding film rights for her books.
She retains the dramatic rights for all her literary properties.[email protected]
Heath's New Book,
a biography of First Lady Pat Nixon,
is coming in July 2024 from St. Martin’s Press!
- Stay tuned for more info!
Heath Hardage Lee
Narrative Nonfiction Writer, Independent Historian and Curator
Heath is an award-winning historian, biographer and curator who specializes in women’s history. Potomac Books, a division of the University of Nebraska Press published Heath’s first book Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause in 2014. Heath’s narrative nonfiction book entitled The League of Wives: The Untold Story of the Women Who Took on the U.S. Government to Bring Their Husbands Home from Vietnam was published by St. Martin’s Press in 2019. Heath was selected as the 2017 Robert J. Dole Curatorial Fellow, and her exhibition entitled The League of Wives: Vietnam POW MIA Advocates & Allies premiered at the Dole Institute of Politics in May of 2017. The exhibit continues to travel to museum venues all over the United States through 2023. Heath also writes about women’s history and politics for publications such as Time, The Hill, The Atlantic and White House History Quarterly. Heath’s next book is a biography of First Lady Pat Nixon to be published in 2024 by St. Martin’s Press.
Heath is available for public speaking and lectures. Please inquire about availability.
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