Eleanor Glewwe
Eleanor Glewwe

Eleanor Glewwe was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Minnesota. She plays the cello and once braved a snowstorm to perform in a chamber music competition. At Swarthmore College, she studied linguistics, French, and Chinese and worked in the music library, shelving composers' biographies and binding scores with a needle and thread. More recently, she haunted the tunnels under the Minnesota State Capitol as a legislative advocate. Eleanor lives in Los Angeles, where she is a graduate student in linguistics. Visit her at eleanorglewwe.com.

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Author: Eleanor Glewwe | Narrator: Phoebe Strole
Release Date: September 30, 2014
In the city of Ashara, magicians rule all.Marah Levi is a promising violinist who excels at school and can read more languages than most librarians. Even so, she has little hope of a bright future: She is a sparker, a member of the oppressed lower cl...