Courtney Sender

Courtney Sender’s writing has won contests through Esquire and The Carolina Quarterly, and has appeared or is forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, Thought Catalog, and Baltimore Fishbowl. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize through J Journal: New Writing on Justice. She holds an MFA in Fiction from the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where she teaches “Writing for Children: Craft and Charm,” and a BA in English from Yale. She is currently working on a novel.


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Love and Loneliness: Adult Authors of Y.A. and Children’s Literature
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