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Sharanya Sharma is a writer and teacher from Washington, D.C., whose work deconstructs mythology and explores the effects of the Indian diaspora. She received an MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she served as an editor for the graduate literary journal, Collected and as the coordinator for the Writing program's graduate lecture series. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in AGNI, Tupelo Quarterly, The Margins, and The Black Warrior Review, among others, and has received honorable mentions for the Academy of American Poets Award and the Bain Swiggett Poetry Prize. She currently lives in Maryland.


PC: Kristie Kahns

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