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Jennifer Gonnerman

Jennifer Gonnerman

Jennifer Gonnerman (born January 24, 1971) is a journalist at the New Yorker (magazine) known for her coverage of people living on the fringes of U.S. society including immigrants facing deportation, cab drivers, cleaners, and prison inmates. She was a writer for New York Magazine for 7 years and was a staff writer for The Village Voice, where she has reported on the criminal justice system beginning in 1997. Her work has also appeared in other publications including The New York Times Magazine, Vibe, The Nation, The Source, and Newsday.

Gonnerman has won various prizes for her work, including the Gold Typewriter Award for Outstanding Public Service from the New York Press Club.

She wrote the book Life on the Outside: The Prison Life of Elaine Bartlett. The book expanded on an article she wrote that won the Meyer Berger Award from the Columbia University School of Journalism as well as the Livingston Award for Young Journalists.

Gonnerman joined the New Yorker as a staff writer in 2015.

She has a website and Podcast s. [3]

Jennifer studied at Cambridge University and received a B.A. from Columbia University in 1994. She lives in New York. [1]


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