Adrienne Brodeur is an award-winning editor and published author with more than fifteen years of writing, editing and publishing experience, in books as well as magazines. She founded the literary magazine Zoetrope: All-Story with filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, and was its editor in chief from 1996-2002, during which time it won the prestigious National Magazine Award for Best Fiction (the youngest quarterly publication ever to do so). Her debut novel Man Camp, published by Random House in 2005, was selected for Barnes & Noble’s Discover Great New Writers program. At Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, she was a consulting editor from 2006-2013, acquiring and editing literary and commercial fiction and memoir. Brodeur is an executive consultant on a television series in development with CBS/Warner Bros. based on an essay she published in the New York Times‘ Modern Love column in 2012. She has been a fiction judge for the National Book Award, the National Magazine Awards, the New York Public Library’s Young Lion’s fiction award and many other contests. Currently, she is writing a memoir.