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Grace Foster

Grace is the co-founder of Bold Type, a training firm specializing in professional writing skills development. She teaches elite soldiers, corporate and non-profit professionals, and, as an adjunct lecturer, non-traditional college students at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies. Her essay “‘An Exquisite Filmic Haze’: The Complicated Politics of Reportedness in Zero Dark Thirty” was published in The Velvet Light Trap in 2018. Her work has also appeared in Cinema Journal and Smithsonian Insider. She has presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, the College English Association, and more.