Linda Holt (L.L.Holt)

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Occupation Author of Invictus (2019) and The Black Spaniard (2016), historical fiction. Classical music critic, freelance writer. Adjunct Professor of Humanities (SNHU) and Graduate Faculty Mentor (TESU).
Introduction L.L. Holt is a Humanities professor and author of the international prize-winning novel, Invictus (Harvard Square Editions, 2019), about Beethoven's overcoming discrimination to enter the world stage, and The Black Spaniard, a novel about music (Unsolicited Press, 2016). She has a doctorate in Arts and Letters from Drew University and as Linda Holt reviews classical music for Fanfare Magazine, Bachtrack, Concertonet, and Broad Street Review. She is President of the Princeton Research Forum through 2023. Following a successful career in communications, she is devoting herself to writing about the inspiring power of music as well as the common ground shared by eastern and western spiritual traditions. Holt is also co-editor of a leading book on modern Daoist thought, "Dao and Daoist ideas for scientists, humanists and practitioners" (Nova Science Publishers, 2019) with co-editor Yueh-Ting Lee. Holt lives in New Jersey.