Lucy J. Madison
Lucy J. Madison is a novelist, poet, and screenwriter from Connecticut. Sapphire Books released her debut novel Personal Foul and a collection of poetry entitled I.V. in 2016. Her short stories and articles have appeared in The One: Stories of Falling in Love Forever, Tales of Travelrotica for Lesbians, Got Game Magazine, Thysia Literary Magazine, Confluence, The Tipton Poetry Journal, Beginnings Literary Magazine, and The Survivor’s Review.
The Women’s Sports Foundation named her a finalist for a Billie Award in Journalism in 2009. The Sundance Screenwriters Institute named her a finalist, placing her feature film script based on the life of Emily Dickinson in the top 10 out of 10,000 entries in 2011. The film is currently in pre-production will be directed by an Academy-Award nominated director.
She is a member of the Author’s Guild, Romance Writers of America, Rainbow Writers Association, Golden Crown Literary Society, and Lesbian Authors Guild. She received a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan University and was the recipient of the University’s Rulewater Prize.
She resides in shoreline Connecticut and Provincetown, MA with her wife and their beloved pets. She enjoys hiking, performing random acts of kindness and playing basketball.