Boudreaux's debut novel, Mulberry, is the winner of the inaugural Lee Smith Novel Prize at Carolina Wren Press.

Born and bred in Mississippi, Boudreaux now lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She is visiting faculty in the Mississippi University for Women's MFA program. Her fiction has appeared in national and international journals. Her essays have appeared in print and online journals. Her bachelor’s degree in journalism is from Northeastern University, and her MFA is from from Mills College.

Other Works

Awards and Recognition

  • The Lee Smith Novel Prize from Carolina Wren Press for southern literature 2014
  • Independent Publisher Book Awards--Silver Medal, Best Fiction, South Region; Bronze Medal, Best Cover Design, National 2016
  • Crook's Corner Book Prize, Short List Finalist, 2017