Madeline Thatcher

Associate Writer
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An avid reader, writer, and teacher, Madeline recently graduated from the University of Utah with an MA in English Literature. While at the U, she focused her research on the intersection of religion, race, and gender, and taught undergrads the beauty of the Dewey Decimal System. When she’s not working, hosting book clubs, or watching NBC sitcoms, Madeline loves to act in local film and theatre productions, as well as travel and try new restaurants, with a goal of finding the best donut in whatever city she’s in.
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