Angela María Spring (she/they) is the owner of Duende District, a mobile boutique bookstore for and by people of color, where all are welcome. She holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is poetry editor at The Washington Independent Review of Books. You can find their most recent/forthcoming poems in A Public Space, The Slowdown, Night Heron Barks, The Acentos Review, Muzzle Magazine, and PANK. Her essays and reviews are at Catapult, LitHub, and Tor.com. Follow them on Twitter at @BurquenaBoricua.
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