Boudreaux's debut novel, Mulberry, is the winner of the inaugural Lee Smith Novel Prize at Carolina Wren Press.
Born and bred in Mississippi, Boudreaux now lives in Los Gatos, California. She teaches writing at West Valley College. Her fiction has appeared in national and international journals, including Room of One’s Own; Acorn Whistle; Equinox: Writing for a New Culture; In the Margins; and Voices. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northeastern University and a MFA from Mills College.
Awards and Recognition
- Independent Publisher Book Awards--Silver Medal, Best Fiction, South Region; Bronze Medal, Best Cover Design, National 2016
- Crook's Corner Book Prize, Short List Finalist, 2017
- The Lee Smith Novel Prize from Carolina Wren Press for southern literature 2014