Jennifer Glaser

Jennifer Glaser is a writer and teacher living in Cincinnati, OH. Her book, Borrowed Voices: Writing and Racial Ventriloquism in the Jewish American Imagination is forthcoming from Rutgers University Press in 2016. She has published or has publications forthcoming in venues such as the New York Times, the Faster Times, PMLA, MELUS, American Literature, Early American Literature, ImageText, Philadelphia magazine, the Columbia Journalism Review, an anthology of essays from Random House. In addition to a scholarly project on race, comics, and intermediality, she is also at work on a memoir, tentatively titled A Pocket-Sized History of Loss.


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Ms. Difficult

Jennifer Glaser reviews Lidia Yuknavitch's new book, "The Small Backs of Children."...

Ms. Difficult
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