Douglas A. Wright is a speechwriter, journalist, and short-story writer living in Brooklyn, NY. His fiction has been supported by the Bread Loaf Writers Conference and Tin House Summer Workshop. He was the runner-up for the Nancy D. Hard Grove Editor’s Prize in Fiction 2021 and his stories have appeared in Jabberwock Review, Oyster River Pages, The Offbeat, Popular Science, and Conde Nast Traveler among others.
Douglas began his career as a small-town New England reporter, covering rural life in the Maine woods. For the past fifteen years, he has worked in the NYC media industry as a freelance writer, travel editor for Conde Nast, creative director, and speechwriter. He earned an MFA in Fiction & Screenwriting from Queens University of Charlotte.