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Jennifer Natalya Fink won the Catherine Doctorow Prize for Innovative Fiction in 2017 for Bhopal Dance (which is now a finalist for the Lambda Award), and the Dana Award for the Novel for The Mikvah Queen.
She is a professor at Georgetown University, where she helped found the Program in Disability Studies, and is the author of five other books.
She founded The Gorilla Press, a nonprofit aimed at promoting literacy through bookmaking. Fink is at work on All Our Families: Finding Our Disability Lineage, a disability memoir, and A Mischief, a novel about rats, love, and catastrophe.