Audrey Wyatt, right-brained to a fault, has worked in various arts – most notably acting, teaching and creating children’s theater curricula. Now a fiction writer, she bases her novels, short stories and even a television sitcom on her experiences and culture. Her stories often feature strong-willed, quirky women. Audrey’s novel, Poles Apart, has been honored with five awards and her essays and short fiction have been published in various forums, both print and online. For a full list of Audrey’s credits as well as links to her work, check out her Bibliography.
Always one to foster aspiring artists, Audrey founded Southeast Valley Fiction Writers near Phoenix, Arizona, and Bay State Writers in Southeast Massachusetts. She is a founding partner in LitSisters and LitSisters Publishing. She also created and teaches workshops on Creative Writing and Memoir Writing.
Audrey has enjoyed living all over the country, from the Pacific to the Atlantic. She currently makes her home in Los Angeles with her incredible husband, their two terrific daughters, and their beagle-basset mix, the Artful Dodger.
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Awards, Accomplishments & Publications
Novel, Poles Apart, Third Place in Alabama Writer’s Conclave Annual Competition, 2009
Novel, Poles Apart, Honorable Mention in Frontiers in Writing Annual Contest, 2009
Humor, My Big Fat Hillbilly Wedding, published on You Tube by Folded Word Press in Shape of a Heart, 2009
Founder, Southeast Valley Fiction Writers, 2008
Essay, Inevitability of Time, published in Motherwords, Issue 3, 2008
Essay, Ticket to Ride, published by Survivor’s Review Volume XI, 2008
Fiction, The Box, published in Conceit Magazine, 2008
Novel, Poles Apart, Honorable Mention in the Ft. Bend Writer’s Guild 25th Annual Novel Contest, 2008
Essay, The Inevitability of Time, published in Conceit Magazine, 2008
Essay, Ticket to Ride, Honorable Mention in Write Helper, 2008
Essay, Inevitability of Time, can be seen in the anthology, Silver Boomers, published by Silver Boomer Books, 2008
Novel, Poles Apart, Second Place in The Sandy, Crested Butte Writers Conference Annual Contest, 2007
Essay, Dear Mothers, can be seen in the anthology, Letters To My Mother published by Adams Media, 2007
Fiction, The Box, published by Long Story Short, 2007
Humor, My Big Fat Hillbilly Wedding, published by Long Story Short, 2007
Novel, Poles Apart, Semi-Finalist in the international Summer Literary Seminars annual fiction contest, 2006
Founder, Bay State Writers, 2005
Cami Butler Memorial Writing Scholarship, Pikes Peak Writers Conference, 2004