About the author

IMG_5639Jennifer graduated in 2008 from Bridgewater College of Virginia, a liberal arts college, with a B.A. in English.  She completed her M.A. in literature at Wake Forest University in May 2011. She now works in the field of publishing.

A “few” of her favorite authors are William Shakespeare, George Orwell,  Victor Hugo, Madeleine L’Engle, J.R.R. Tolkien, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Nawal El Saadawi, J.M. Coetzee, Arundhati Roy, Jonathan Safran Foer, and Elizabeth Strout.

Her non-literary interests include dancing of all kinds, playing music, theatre, creative writing, Ultimate Frisbee, drinking good wine and craft beer, and riding horses.

PROJECTS

new-trivium-tables-rhetoric-12Production Director – Classical Conversations MultiMedia
2013 – present

words-aptly-spoken-american-literature-2nd-edition-13Editor and Writer Classical Conversations MultiMedia
2005 – 2012

Web Writer and DesignerClassical Conversations
2007 – 2012

PUBLICATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

6 Responses to About the author

  1. PB says:

    Hi, Jennifer,
    Would you tell me the source of the Oppenheimer photo you use on your blog? The link is: https://literatiworld.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/oppenheimer.jpg
    Thank you!
    Patricia

  2. jenecrit says:

    My source was http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/oppenheimer.htm; however, if you’re looking for more verifiable photos, the Caltech Institute and the Emilio Segre Visual Archives also have strong collections of Oppenheimer photos.

    Hope this helps!

  3. abbrakile says:

    Soon autumn, hurry to say goodbye to summer!).

  4. Doug Bentham says:

    Dear Jennifer

    Oddly, After sitting down to look at a baffling sculpture I made today Tragic Beauty came into my head, really without precedent until
    I searched it. My pursuit in art is a beauty quest but always with deep searching. My mantra (from Annie Dillard) is that “beauty is the language to which we have no key”. The piece today might be
    vulgar but then so can be nature. Maybe we can talk further. FYI, I have an exhibition at Gallery/Art Placement right now. I think ‘the
    Reliquaries’ might be of interest to you. Funny also, to see Robert
    Frost on your reading list – the two linear works in the exhibition
    are drawn from a series in which i have tried to echo something I
    find consistent in his writing. ‘Stopping by Woods’ is the poem for
    me: repeating “and miles to go before I sleep” is staggeringly beautiful.

    Cheers

    Douglas Bentham

  5. Doug Bentham says:

    Don’t know what to do here. hope you get this. D

  6. Jen says:

    Thank you, Doug! Best wishes with your work.

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