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Non-Fiction about Non-Humans: Jaime Green

The sixth Non-Fiction about Non-Humans interview is up on Fiction Advocate!

Jaime Green is a freelance writer, editor, and writing teacher who writes about books, culture, and science. She is the author of The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos, and she is the series editor for The Best American Science and Nature Writing. Previously, Green was associate editor of Future Tense, a collaboration of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University, the writer behind The New York Times romance book review column, and the creator, host, and producer of the podcast The Catapult. She has taught at Columbia University, Eugene Lang at The New School, Catapult, and the Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop, and she is currently a lecturer at Smith College.

To read the full interview, visit Fiction Advocate, and be sure to check out the previous installments of Non-Fiction about Non-Humans with Bethany BrookshireSabrina ImblerErica BerryTove Danovich, and Karen Fine!

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