Jacquelyn Ardam is a visiting assistant professor in English at Colby College. Her work has been published in venues such as Public Books, The Toast, Jacket2, Modernism/modernity, Comparative Literature Studies, and Contemporary Women’s Writing. She usually writes about alphabet books. She tweets @jaxwendy.
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Shelf Expression: Nina Katchadourian’s “Sorted Books”
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