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Linda Arntzenius

Specializes in: Interviews, Profiles, Reviews, Institutional History, Oral History, Poetry, Memoir

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4347 Province Line Road
Princeton, NJ  
Phone: 609-921-2323
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Work has previously appeared: Town Topics (Princeton's Community Newspaper), The Princeton Packet Newspaper, Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, Princeton Magazine, American Bungalow Magazine, USC Trojan Family

Linda Arntzenius is a professional writer living in Princeton, New Jersey, where her byline appears in local newspapers and magazines. She specializes in profiles, interviews, reviews, poetry, memoir, and oral history. She is the author of a short book about The Gamble House in Pasadena and a brief history of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.

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