Margeaux Weston is a neurodivergent author and editor.
As an author, she creates nonfiction stories for young readers, including two in the A Day That Changed America series: The March on Washington and Brown v. Board of Education (Capstone Press), 20th Century African American History for Kids (Rockridge Press) and the upcoming The Story of Fannie Lou Hamer (Rockridge Press). Margeaux is represented by Eric Smith of PS Literary.
She is currently an editor at the award winning FIYAH magazine of Speculative Fiction. As an editor, she has worked with several publishers, including each of the Big Four, in fiction and nonfiction. She has also worked in the video game sector and as the story editor for The Color Purple: Audio Experience. As an editor, she welcomes stories with neurodivergent characters, found families, and magic systems.
Margeaux is available to work in nonfiction, creative nonfiction, southern gothic, speculative fiction, mystery, historical, and women's fiction. For sensitivity reading, she reads for Louisiana culture, neurodiversity, Black American culture, gun violence, and intercultural relationships.
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