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"For me, feminism and my identity as a woman of color has never been something I can separate." - Stephanie Jimenez
Stephanie Jimenez is the author of novel THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in the Guardian, O! the Oprah Magazine, Joyland Magazine, The New York Times, and more. She is a former Fulbright recipient and a graduate of Scripps College in Claremont, California. She is currently based in Queens, New York. Her debut novel, THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING, was published on August 1, 2019 from Little A Books.
Stephanie's book recommendation: Violence Girl: East L.A. Rage to Hollywood State, a Chicana Punk Story by Alice Bag
"Learning How to Write Girls with Agency in Fiction" by Stephanie Jimenez on Literary Hub
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