Brooke Champagne is the author of Nola Face: Memoirs of a Truth-Telling Latina in the Big Easy, forthcoming with the Crux Series in Literary Nonfiction at the University of Georgia Press in 2024. Her writing appears widely in literary journals and has received various awards, including the inaugural William Bradley Prize for the Essay for her work “Exercises.” She recently won the 2022 March Faxness National Championship Essay Tournament with her essay on Aimee Mann’s cover of the song “One.” Her essays have been selected as Notables in Best American Essays 2019, 2021, and 2022 editions. She is the recipient of the 2023-2024 Alabama State Council on the Arts Literary Fellowship in Prose. She is at work on a memoir-in-profiles entitled Lives of the Aints, and an essay collection about family entitled Dem Wet Bones. She lives in Tuscaloosa, where she teaches in the MFA Program at the University of Alabama.
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