About the Author
Jill Teitelman, author of Saving Gracie (2012), has taught writing and literature at the Sorbonne, The School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute, the University of Massachusetts and Simmons College. A former MacDowell Colony fellow with short stories stories published in The Chicago Review, Transatlantic, Story Quarterly and Riverrun, she has also written encyclopedia articles about French literature, travel essays (France, Spain, Great Britain), and has produced public affairs programs for WOR-TV and NPR. Her greatest claim to fame to date is to have worked for both COSMO’s Helen Gurley Brown and author of The Female Eunuch, Germaine Greer. An avid swimmer, yoga student and traveler, Jill divides her time between Boston and Cape Cod.