Nicole Ranülf is a New England-based fiction and freelance writer specializing in women’s studies, literary and cultural criticism and mental health. She graduated with her PhD in English Literature from Cardiff University, where she studied feminist theory, mythic fiction and medieval literature. For six years she worked as an adjunct professor, teaching courses in English composition, literature and theatre, until she decided to leave academia to pursue her own literary career.
She is currently working on her first novel, a magical-realist exploration of identity and oppression across three generations of women living in one small New England town. To read more about Undoing Eleanor, click here.
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