Madeline Furlong is a fiction writer, essayist, and teacher from Conway, Washington. Her work has been nominated for an AWP Intro Journal Project award and won the Hobart L. and Mary K. Peer Fiction Prize. Her short stories can be found in Hobart Pulp and Oyster River Pages.
Madeline holds a degree in Women's Studies and English from Wellesley College and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Illinois, where she was a reader and assistant editor for Ninth Letter. She currently lectures in English at the University of Illinois.
Currently reading: All This Could be Different by Sarah Thankam Mathews