Rachel Louise Snyder is the writer of Fugitive Denim: A Shifting Story of Folks and Pants within the Borderless World of International Commerce, the novel What We’ve Misplaced is Nothing, and No Seen Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Home Violence Can Kill Us. Her work has appeared within the New Yorker, the New York Instances journal, the Washington Submit and on NPR, and she or he has been a Guggenheim recipient. No Seen Bruises was awarded the 2018 Lukas Work-in-Progress Award and was named top-of-the-line books of 2019 by the Los Angeles Instances, Esquire, Amazon, Kirkus, the Library Journal, the Economist, BookPage, and others. The New York Instances included it of their “Prime Ten” books of 2019. No Seen Bruises was additionally a finalist for the Kirkus Award, the Nationwide E-book Critics Circle Award, the LA Instances E-book Award, and the Silver Gavel Award. It gained the 2020 New York Public Library’s Bernstein Award for Excellence in Journalism and the Sidney Hillman E-book Award for social justice. Snyder holds a joint appointment as a professor in journalism and literature at American College, and is at work on her subsequent guide, a memoir titled Ladies We Buried, Ladies We Burned.