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Shelley Jackson

a writer and artist known for her cross-genre experiments

1963   -  

genre: hypertext
country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Brown University, Stanford University, Berkeley High School
occupation: writer, novelist, painter
award received: Otherwise Award
influenced by: Don DeLillo, Vladimir Nabokov

Shelley Jackson (born 1963) is an American writer and artist known for her cross-genre experiments, including her hyperfiction, Patchwork Girl (1995). Her first novel was published in 2006, Half Life.
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Half Life


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Half Life

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