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Jennifer Fink

Department of English


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Jennifer Natalya Fink is an associate professor in Georgetown University's Department of English. She is also the author of four published novels: Thirteen Fugues (2012), the Dana Award-winning The Mikvah Queen (2010), V (2007), and Burn (2003). She has served as a jurist for the Caine Prize for African Fiction; Fink's work has been widely reviewed and lauded by luminaries such as Eileen Myles, Steve Almond, Rebecca Brown, and Michelle Tea. She also founded the Gorilla Press, a non-profit aimed at promoting youth literacy through bookmaking. Fink taught a class supported through the Berkley Center's Doyle Seminars project.