Claire Jia is a Los-Angeles based writer originally from Chicago. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Establishment, The Rumpus, and the bathrooms of Frost Library. Her profanity has appeared on Twitter and on the windshield of your car, thanks a lot for double-parking your Audi and for not texting me back.
Claire graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Amherst College and currently writes freelance in LA. She hopes that one day her scripts about desperate, lonely Asian women will become real television programs so that young Asian girls can know that they, too, can one day become unemployed adult sprouts.