Rachel Klein is an author and former high school English teacher currently living in Brookline, MA. She’s written personal and culture essays for Catapult, Slate, Bitch Media, Electric Literature, Mel Magazine, and more, and her humor writing has appeared online in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, and Reductress. Her current project is a novel about an unlikely friendship between two Orthodox Jewish women living in Crown Heights.
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