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Coburn, Jake 1978-

COBURN, Jake 1978-


Born January 31, 1978, in New York, NY; son of an editor and a photographer. Education: Brown University, B.A., 2000.


Agent Elaine Markson, Elaine Markson Literary Agency, 44 Greenwich Ave., New York, NY 10011. E-mail [email protected]




American Library Association.


Prep, Dutton Books (New York, NY), 2003.

Biographical and Critical Sources


Booklist, November 1, 2003, Debbie Carton, review of Prep, p. 489.

Kirkus Reviews, August 15, 2003, review of Prep, p. 107.

Kliatt, September, 2003, Paula Rohrlick, review of Prep, p. 6.

Publishers Weekly, September 29, 2003, review of Prep, p. 66.

School Library Journal, October 2003, Gail Richmond, review of Prep, p. 162.


Jake Coburn Web site, (July 27, 2004).

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