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Jessamyn West (2015)

Mary Jessamyn West was an American author of short stories and novels, notably The Friendly Persuasion. A Quaker from Indiana, she graduated from Fullerton Union High School in 1919 and Whittier College in 1923. There she helped found the Palmer Society in 1921.

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About the Jessamyn West Interview

My short bio: I'm an activist librarian and early library blogger. I work for [Open Library] (http://openlibrary.org) at the [Internet Archive] (http://archive.org). I used to manage the community at [MetaFilter.com] (http://metafilter.com) for almost a decade. I'm a second generation technologist, my dad ran the project that became the book Soul of a New Machine. I live in rural Vermont, teach an HTML class at the local tech school and do basic technology instruction.

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Jessamyn West Nov 24, 2015