Ann Gelder

Ann Gelder
Birthday
December 31
Bio
A writer and recovering academic. You can read my work in Alaska Quarterly Review, Crazyhorse, Flavorwire, Portland Review, The Millions, The Rumpus, and Tin House. I have taught comparative literature at Stanford and Berkeley. My first novel, Bigfoot and the Baby, will be published by Bona Fide Books in spring 2014.

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