Hyacinthe Hill earned her A.B. (cum laude) at Brooklyn College in 1961 and an M.A. at Hunter College in 1965. She also did some graduate work at Fordham University beginning in 1965. Ms. Hill was an English teacher during the 1960s. But, she would become famous for her writings that include Breasts and the Woman (poetry) and editing Great American Poets North Atlantic Issue, 1973. There were also the anthologies like World Bahai Anthology, 1951; Adventures in American Poetry, 1954; New Age Anthology of Poetry, 1955; Exile, 1957; Golden Year (Poetry Society of America, 1910-1960); Sing Loud for Loveliness, 1962; The Writing on the Wall, Doubleday, 1969; International Who's Who in Poetry Anthology, 1972; New Orlando Anthologies, Volumes I, II, and III, 1973, and other collections. Ms. Hill’s poems have been published in periodicals and newspapers nationally and abroad, although another important facet of her life was her great interest in astrology.