Jane Brunson

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Janie Brunson (born May 18, 1995) resides in Monterey CA. Brunson is most notably remembered for her numerous (although not yet published) contributions to various literary magazines. She is also recognized for having been born with bilateral retinal dysplasia, a condition which caused blindness in both of her eyes.

Subsequent surgery was rendered ineffective, although this did not stop Brunson from duping various of her grade school teachers into believing that her eyesight had mysteriously been fixed.

In June 2013, Brunson competed in The National Braille Challenge, an academic and nationwide competition for blind students. She participated in the Varsity Division, subsequently placing third out of all the participants in the country. [1]

In 2013, Brunson matriculated to UCLA, planning on double majoring in English and political science. However, subsequent deliberation and frustration with the copious amounts of uninteresting reading material for the latter led Brunson to switch out political science for sociology.

While at UCLA, Brunson applied for, and was accepted to, the Daily Bruin newspaper staff as a news reporter. She has written several invigorating articles concerning campus-wide events, including the recent increase in parking spaces in Westwood, a story Brunson specifically recognizes for its vastly interesting implications. [2] Brunson is also part of Alpha Delta Chi, a Christian sorority with rather dubious ceremonial traditions, most of which Brunson refuses to describe or even speak about.

With regards to her literary pursuits, Brunson has written several fictional pieces, her most famous being "The Soul Factory," followed by a short story surrounding a man's rescue of a unicorn from royal stables. The latter does not yet have a known title.

Among her many literary influences, including George R.R Martin and Neil Gaiman, Brunson notes her sophomore year roommate as perhaps one of the most inspirational.

Brunson hopes to attend law school and then ideally continue a career as a prolific science-fiction author. She also wishes to one day own a dog that identically resembles the Old English sheepdog from Disney's The Little Mermaid.