A word after a word after a word is power.
— Margaret Atwood

In short…

Audrey Y. Woodsum is a writer and editor with a BFA in Creative Writing at Chapman University in Orange, CA. Growing up in Portland, ME, and moving to San Diego, CA at thirteen, Audrey’s life has been punctuated by split coasts. In 2015, she published her first novel, The Walls We Keep, and has continued working in the literary community through collaborating with the Los Angeles Review of Books, serving as managing editor of This Is How We Cope, a Chapman University literary publication, and working with 1888 Center, a not-for-profit cultural center in Old Towne Orange focused on the community and the arts.

When not writing or editing, Audrey engages in social activism, travels, and spends time with her younger brother, Kent, of whom her first novel is dedicated to. She is currently working on her second novel, focusing on the legalization and subsequent delegalization of same-sex marriage in Maine. Audrey is currently represented by P.S. Literary Agency and is working toward publishing her novel, Strange Love.