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Cam Terwilliger (2015-2016)

Cam Terwilliger's fiction and nonfiction can be found online with American Short Fiction, Electric Literature, The Rumpus, and Narrative, where he was named one of Narrative's "15 Under 30." In print, his writing appears in West Branch, Post Road, and The Literary Review, among others. While in residence at the Gilman School, Terwilliger shared with students his progress on a historical novel set in New York and Quebec during the French and Indian War (1756–1763). He conducted research for the book as a Fulbright Scholar at McGill University and at the American Antiquarian Society. His work has also been supported by fellowships and scholarships from the James Jones First Novel Fellowship, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Sewanee Writers' Conference, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. A graduate of Emerson College's MFA program, he taught previously at Louisiana State University, Coastal Carolina University, and Grub Street.


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