Colleen Wells lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with her husband and three children. Her work has appeared in Adoptive Families Magazine, Chicken Soup for the Adoptive Soul, NUVO, ORION, The Georgetown Review and the Potomac Review among other publications. In 2002 she was the recipient of a first place award from the Indiana Chapter of The Society of Professional Journalists for her feature “Road Kill—Casualties of the Car Culture” which appeared in NUVO.
She holds a BA in English from Indiana University, an MA in English from Butler University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Spalding University. She has worked in several schools and colleges in various roles including as an adjunct faculty member, tutor, and teaching assistant.
Colleen’s book, Dinner with Doppelgangers – a True Story of Madness and Recovery is forthcoming from Wordpool Press.
Find out more about Colleen Wells and her work at www.ColleenWells.com