Jessica Treat

Jessica Treat

  • Canada

Jessica Treat was born in Canada and raised in New England and Spain,  she is the author of three short story collections, including Meat Eaters and Plant Eaters. Her stories, essays, prose poems, and translations have been widely published in anthologies and literary journals; and she is the recipient of an Artist Fellowship Award for further work in fiction from the CT Commission on the Arts, and Artist Fellowship Awards from the Fundacion Valparaiso and Civitella Ranieri. She is Professor of English at Northwestern Connecticut Community College, where she co-ordinates the annual Mad River Literary Festival, co-chairs the Cultural Planning Committee, and serves as Faculty Advisor to the Spanish Club.

 
 
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