Paulette Boudreaux

Paulette went to Northeastern University and got a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. By day she was the “eyes and ears of the public,” and by night she wrote fiction. She carried this out for a good many years, writing for the Boston Globe and later for United Way, Boston College and MIT. After a time, feeling herself getting farther and farther away from the kind of writing she loved the most, Paulette left her day job to enroll in the Master of Fine Arts program at Mills College in California. At Mills she completed her first novel which wound up in the bottom of a drawer. A few years later, while working full time as a writing Instructor in California, she published a handful of short stories and finished novel number two, Mulberry.

Books from Blair

Mulberry (Carolina Wren Press)