Allison Glock

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Allison Glock was born in West Virginia[1] and is an American non-fiction writer.[2]


She graduated from Indiana University, and from Syracuse University with an MA.

Her work has appeared in The New York Times,[3] The New York Times Magazine, Esquire,[4] GQ, Maxim,[5] Men's Journal, The New Yorker, Food & Wine, Elle, Garden & Gun, Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, Rolling Stone.

She is a Senior Staff Writer for ESPN.[6]




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