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Bennett Madison

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Nationality  American
Role  Author
Name  Bennett Madison

Genre  novel
Education  Sarah Lawrence College
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Born  March 28, 1981 (age 34) Washington, D.C. (1981-03-28)
Books  The blonde of the joke, Lulu Dark Can See Through, Lulu Dark and the Summer, I hate Valentine's Day, September Girls

Notable works  Lulu Dark YA series

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Bennett Madison (born March 28, 1981) is an American author.

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Early life

Bennett Madison was born in 1981 in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. He was educated at Montgomery Blair High School and attended Sarah Lawrence College. He was a childhood friend of John Walker Lindh.

Career

Madison's first book, I Hate Valentine’s Day, a light polemic against Valentine’s Day, was published in 2004. He moved to Brooklyn, New York shortly thereafter and began work on several novels. He has published two additional books—Lulu Dark Can See Through Walls (2005) and Lulu Dark & the Summer of the Fox (2006)—about a teenage girl detective, Lulu Dark. In 2009 HarperTeen published his third novel, The Blonde of the Joke. HarperTeen published September Girls in 2013.

Madison has described himself as being "an open and enthusiastic gay."

References

Bennett Madison Wikipedia