A Brooklyn-based fiction writer, Cam Terwilliger’s writing can be found in American Short Fiction, Electric Literature, Gettysburg Review, and Narrative, where he was named one of Narrative’s "15 Under 30." He holds an MFA from Emerson College and his work has been supported by Brown University, the Fulbright Program, James Jones First Novel Fellowship, Massachusetts Cultural Council, New York State Council on the Arts, New York Public Library, Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, and the Bread Loaf, Tin House, and Sewanee Writers’ Conferences. He teaches at New York University and serves as associate fiction editor at Bucknell University's literary magazine, West Branch. Currently, he's finishing a historical novel titled The Counterfeiter, set in New York and Québec during the French and Indian War (1754 - 1763), which won the 2016 Historical Novel Society's New Novel Award and the 2017 Caledonia Award for novels in progress. Cam also works as a freelance editorial consultant for fiction writers at all stages of their careers. Editorial queries can be made through the "contact" page.