Books reviewed by Elena Spagnolie at BookBrowse.

Elena Spagnolie
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Elena Spagnolie received her Master’s degree in creative writing and Magical Realist studies from New York University, focusing specifically on the relationship between culture and authorial voice, and the Jungian interpretation of archetypal symbols found in Magical Realist works. Outside of academia, she has worked at Prentice Hall Publishing, contributed numerous articles to Travelhost Magazine and currently writes short stories and poetry.

Books reviewed by Elena Spagnolie

Fortune Smiles (10/07/15)
Academy Street (04/15/15)
The Room (03/18/15)
The Rosie Effect (01/21/15)
The Painter (05/21/14)
Ketchup Clouds (01/08/14)
Enon (10/16/13)
Levels of Life (10/02/13)
The Unwinding (07/10/13)
Siege 13 (04/03/13)
A Possible Life (02/06/13)
All of Me (11/14/12)
It's Fine By Me (10/31/12)
Pulse (08/04/11)
The Inevitable (03/09/11)
Heliopolis (11/17/10)
Mr. Peanut (07/08/10)
Dog Boy (05/05/10)

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