Margaret Thornton’s work ranges from the scholarly Notebooks of Tennessee Williams to lyrical literary fiction. In 2007 Thornton edited and annotated the Notebooks (Yale University Press) for which she won the C. Hugh Holman Prize for the best volume of southern literary scholarship and the Bronze ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award. Her novels Charleston (2014) and A Theory of Love (2018) were published by Ecco to excellent reviews, and her third novel, When the World Belonged to Us is forthcoming. Her work has appeared in The Paris Review, World Literature Today, Ploughshares, Seattle Review and Theatre History Studies, among others. She is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School and currently resides in Florida.