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Jared Robinson is a poet and critic from Indianapolis, Indiana. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Berkeley in the department of English, where his work has been supported by the Arts Research Center and the Black Studies Collaboratory. He writes and thinks about autobiography, his own and those penned by others, across multiple mediums. He is currently at work on a dissertation tentatively titled: “To Save My Own Life”: The Injunction to Truth in African American Autobiography, 1785-1865.