Madison is an English graduate from Texas A&M University and has all of John Mulaney’s standup about college memorized. She also does some writing, which can be found on her blog, in her self-published nonfiction essay collection, on online journals, and as speculative fiction novels such as The Registration, The Run, and Murder Me. Madison wrote her first book at age 12 and won her first Award for a creative nonfiction essay in 2017.
Growing up in a small Texas town, Madison began exploring the world through the page so much that she often lost sleep to finish a book, got detention for writing a story in class, and convinced herself it was okay to read Harry Potter one more time. As her curiosity expanded, she began writing, traveling, and studying to discover the world, make new ones, and try to understand her own a bit better.
To stay updated, follow Madison on social media. To get her talking nonstop, bring up Harry Potter, her dog, Halsey, or her books. You probably won’t regret it.
Madison Lawson shares the personal journey she’s undertaken over the last five years to go from knowing God at a surface level to having a deep understanding of his heart. Using the three Aramaic phrases spoken by Jesus in the Gospel of Mark, Madison embarks on an emotional and vulnerable journey to a life-changing discovery of what it really means to be Talitha Cumi praising Eloi, Eloi, El Elyon.
Compiled google doc of anti-racism and black lives matter resources, information, articles, ways to help, Black authors, influencers, and people to follow, podcasts, books, etc.