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Jennifer Gilmore received her BA from Brandeis University in 1992 and her MFA in Fiction from Cornell in 1997. She has taught Creative Writing and Jewish American Literature, has been an editor of the literary magazine, Epoch, and has also worked in radio as host and producer of KCMU’s, “Talking Fiction,” and as a writer on the "Leonard Lopate Show" on WNYC. Jennifer’s work has appeared in magazines and journals including the Alaska Quarterly Review, Allure, BookForum, Cutbank, Nerve, the New York Times Magazine, Salon and the Stranger. Her essays have been anthologized in The Friend Who Got Away (Doubleday) and are forthcoming in Eight Nights (Algonquin) and Bad Girls: 25 Writers Misbehave (Norton). Her first novel, Golden Country (Scribner) was published in September ’06 and was a New York Times Notable Book of 2006. Currently she works in publishing and lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Jennifer Gilmore reads in the Writers At Newark
Reading Series annual ‘First Books’ reading with Angela Pneuman on Wed., March 19, 2008, 5:30-7 p.m.,. at Paul Robeson Gallery.