Cameron Green (M.A.) is a writer, teacher, and blogger based out of West Virginia. As a writer, Cameron primarily works with fiction, but has also published poetry and written both short and feature-length screenplays.

In 2016, Cameron received the Bill Hallberg Award in Creative Writing for his short story “WHY THE NEWS IS BAD FOR YOU,” which you can read here. His screenplay “Aqua-Therapy Monday” was a finalist for the 2014 American Movie Awards short screenplay contest. In 2019, he received the Rebecca Mason Perry award for Outstanding First-Year MFA student at West Virginia University.

Aside from writing and running a blog, Cameron also offers workshop services, the first of which is free if you sign up for the Cameron Green Writes newsletter.

If you enjoy any of the writing on Cameron Green Writes, visit the GoFundMe page to make a donation.

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