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Margeaux Weston


Margeaux is a middle grade author and editor living in Louisiana. Her latest book, Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali:The Fatal Friendship, received a star review from the School Library Journal. The book is a young readers' adaptation of Blood Brothers, an adult novel and inspiration for the Netflix biopic of the same name. She is the author of 20th Century African American History for Kids, co-author of We Are the United States, as well as several non-fiction books for young readers. Margeaux recently announced a new middle grade project with Bloomsbury to be released Spring 2025.

Margeaux is the former non-fiction editor of Hugo award-winning FIYAH literary magazine of Black Speculative fiction. She has also written for brands such as Ebony, Paste Magazine, and The ScriptLabMargeaux enjoys Louisiana food and festivals, spending time with her family, and reading a great book. 

Margeaux is represented by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary. 

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