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Paulette Boudreaux

Paulette Boudreaux’s novel Mulberry is the winner of the inaugural Lee Smith Novel Prize from Carolina Wren Press. She is a Mississippi native now living in Los Gatos, California. She is a member of the English faculty at West Valley College and has published short stories and novel excerpts in national and international literary journals including Room of One’s Own, Acorn Whistle, Equinox: Writing for a New Culture, In the Margins, and Voices. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northeastern University and a master’s in fine arts from Mills College.

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