About the Author

Sarah Glazer is an American journalist based in New York City. She is a Contributing Writer for the Washington, D.C.-based magazine CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Researcher, where she writes about social policy in the United States and Europe. Her articles on publishing and translation have appeared in The New York Times Book Review and her articles on health have appeared in The Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly and Glamour. She is coauthor of the book Good Courts: The Case for Problem-solving Justice (2005) and a contributor to a book of essays, Gender and Work (2000). Her blog on publishing and writing, "State of the Art," has been featured on SheWrites.com, a website for women writers. She is a founder of the Upper Wimpole Street Literary Salon, a salon for women writers in London. Sarah Glazer graduated with a B.A. in American history from the University of Chicago.

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