Cade Leebron, a recent graduate of Wesleyan University, is now earning her MFA in nonfiction at The Ohio State University, where she serves as Online & Art Editor for The Journal. Her work (nonfiction, poetry & photography) has appeared or is forthcoming in Brevity, Day One, The Boiler, Rattle, Electric Literature, Killjoy, The Establishment, Inside Higher Ed, Partisan, Luna Luna Magazine, HYSTERIA, Yemassee Journal, CAROUSEL, The Young Adult, Midway Journal, The Deaf Poets Society, Minola Review, The Manifest-Station, The James Franco Review and Qu: A Contemporary Literary Journal. She recently founded the literary magazine Us For President, which just published its first issue.
Typically, Cade’s writing is about cheerful things like multiple sclerosis / disability and campus rape. She is the recipient of the 2015 Helen Earnhart Harley Creative Writing Fellowship in Nonfiction, the 2015 & 2016 Haidee Forsyth Burkhardt Award, and a 2016 Winchester Fellowship from Wesleyan University. She is originally from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
This author photo is a selfie, welcome to the future!