A Brooklyn-based writer, Cam Terwilliger’s fiction and narrative journalism can be found online in American Short Fiction, Electric Literature, The Rumpus, and Narrative, where he was named one of Narrative’s “15 Under 30.” In print, his writing appears in West Branch, Post Road, and Gettysburg Review, among others. His work has been supported by the Fulbright Program, the James Jones First Novel Fellowship, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Brown University, New York Public Library, and the Bread Loaf, Tin House, and Sewanee Writers’ Conferences. He teaches at Drew University and serves as an associate fiction editor at Bucknell University's literary magazine, West Branch. Currently, he's finishing a historical novel titled Yet Wilderness Grew in My Heart, a book set in New York and Québec during the French and Indian War (1754 - 1763). 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.