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About Jessica

DSCF0095Jessica Bram is a writer, radio commentator and author of Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes of a Joyful Journey published by Health Communications, Inc. April, 2009. Her commentaries, which have twice earned her first prize in the radio commentary category of the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists’ “Excellence in Journalism” competition, are frequently heard on the National Public Radio station WSHU. during NPR’s “All Things Considered” and “Morning Edition.”

Jessica’s personal essays have been published and syndicated in national and regional newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, NY Times HERS column, Child Magazine, Country Accents and the Gannett Newspapers. She was formerly special sections editor of the Fairfield County Business Journal and a freelance journalist.

Jessica Bram is also founder of the Westport Writers’ Workshop, where she teaches private workshops in creative nonfiction, memoir, and essay writing. Information about these and other workshops, including fiction and magazine writing, can be found on

Jessica received both a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master’s of City and Regional Planning degree from Cornell University. She is a past president of the Entrepreneurial Woman’s Network and an active member of the Westport Rotary Club, the Westport Democratic Town Committee, the Connecticut Press Club, and the International Women’s Writing Guild.

Jessica lives in Westport, Connecticut with her three sons.

Also, please visit her website for more information on Jessica at

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