Jill Bossert was a digger on archeological sites in England, created a comic strip for adolescents, did storyboards for Ken Russell's Altered States, and lived at the Society of Illustrators, where she curated exhibitions and wrote books on the subject of American art for reproduction. As the Philip Guston Fellow at Columbia University, she wrote a novel about a suburban woman and an abstract expressionist in 1958. Her story "The Dig" will soon appear in Ontario Review.
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