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Award-winning Editor, writer and consultant

Adrienn Brodeur

Throughout my fifteen years of publishing experience, my passion has always been discovering new voices and cultivating talent. Currently, I am Creative Director of the Aspen Writers’ Foundation, a program of the Aspen Institute. Before that, I was a Consulting Editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where I acquired literary and commercial fiction and memoir. I founded the fiction magazine Zoetrope: All-Story with filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola and served as its editor in chief from 1996-2002, during which time we won the prestigious National Magazine Award for Best Fiction. (We won again in 2012). I also founded and directed the annual Zoetrope Writers’ Workshop in Belize. Over the years, I have taught at many writers’ conferences and judged numerous fiction contests, including the National Book Award. I regularly take on freelance editorial work.

In addition to being an editor, I am a writer. Currently, I’m working on a memoir about my relationship with my mother, an excerpt of which – “I Am My Own In-Law” – was published in the New York Times’ Modern Love column and is in development for television. My novel, Man Camp, published by Random House in 2005, was selected for Barnes & Nobel’s Discover Great New Writers program.

I have a B.A. from Columbia University, a M.G.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and attended the Radcliffe Publishing course. I split my time between New York City and Cape Cod, where I live with my husband and children.