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Jennifer G Wilder

Jennifer G. Wilder is a freelance writer based in upstate New York. She holds an M.A. in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Berkeley and a B.A. from Yale. Her current project is a novel about nineteenth-century feminist Marietta Holley. She blogs at pulaskibrickhouse.blogspot.com

Books reviewed by Jennifer G Wilder

The Love Object (05/13/15)
The Lost Child (04/29/15)
Plague Land (03/18/15)
Us (01/21/15)
Into That Forest (10/16/13)
Give and Take (07/24/13)
Flora (06/05/13)
Maggot Moon (03/20/13)
The Undertow (06/28/12)
Pym (04/06/11)
Mr. Chartwell (02/16/11)
Skippy Dies (09/22/10)
Private Life (05/05/10)

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