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Flavorwire Interivew: Jennifer Weiner on the Triggering Campaign and The Power of Women’s Storytelling

Jennifer Weiner — live-tweeter of The Bachelor, flogger of Franzen-frenzy, and gadfly on behalf of “chick-lit” and women’s fiction — has a lot to say outside the realm of her fiction, it won’t surprise you to know. This much can be discerned from her blog posts and op-eds, her social media feeds, or even from merely reading the […]
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