Juliana Chow

Juliana Chow has published a number of essays on 19th century American authors and their connection to science, and has spent some time as a library cormorant at the American Antiquarian Society.  She lives in St. Louis, Missouri where she teaches courses in literature, writing, and the environmental humanities.


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This piece appears in the upcoming issue of the Los Angeles Review of Books Print Quarterly Journal: The Epistolary Issue, ...

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