About the Author

My historical novel with magical realist elements, The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment, was published by D.X. Varos in February 2020. I’m also the author of A Lost Argument: A Latter-Day Novel, published through my own Strange Violin Editions micropress imprint in 2011.

My fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in literary magazines, including Embark, Hotel Amerika, and Bayou, and an essay of mine was selected for the Notable Essays list in Best American Essays 2011. I’m also a creative writing residency fellow of the Virginia Center for Creative Arts.

I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, and then studied philosophy and classics at Brigham Young University. My graduate studies included a Fulbright Fellowship year at the University of Hamburg in Germany and degrees in cultural history from the University of Chicago and in public policy from The George Washington University. I currently divide my time between Washington, D.C., and Knoxville, TN.


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E-mail: theresedoucet dot author at gmail dot com


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