Publications & Prizes
- 2021 Horror Writers Associations' Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Scholarship Recipient
- 2018 Best of the Net Finalist
- 2017 Luminaire Award for Best Prose Winner
L.L. Madrid lives in the desert, writes in a closet, and occasionally gives herself nightmares. She's a Pitch Wars alum and a member of the Quokka Crew writing collective. In 2021 she was awarded the Horror Writers Associations' Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Scholarship. L.L.'s story, Ephemeral Girls, was a Best of the Net finalist and recipient of the Luminaire Award for best prose. Her short stories have appeared in the This Side of the Divide, The Furious Gazelle Presents: Halloween, and She's Lost Control anthologies. When she's not writing or trying to sneak in writing at work, L.L. eats sour candy and listens to true crime podcasts at 1.5 speed.