Meg Waite Clayton first novel, The Language of Light,
was a St. Martin's Fresh Fiction selection, and a finalist
for the Bellwether Prize. Her stories have sold to Ms. and
to literary magazines, and her essays to Runner's World,
Writers' Digest, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and Searching for Mary Poppins (Penguin/Hudson Street Press,
Oct. 2006). She is a graduate of The University of Michigan
Law School, and was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the
Sewanee Writers' Conference. She currently lives in Palo
Alto, California, with her husband and their two sons.
Awards and Special Recognition...
THE WEDNESDAY SISTERS
Target chain-wide Summer Book Group selection, a year long promotion
beginning June 14, 2009
THE RACE FOR PARIS
Recipient of the David J. Langum, Sr. Prize for American Historical
Fiction, Honorary Mention for 2015