Freya Rohn is a writer, curator, and archaeologist. Her essays have appeared in North: Finding Place in Alaska, published by the University of Washington Press, and her poems have appeared in several publications, including The Colorado Review, Sugarhouse Review, Catamaran Literary Reader, and Bellingham Review. She is also a co-editor and contributor (under the name Kirsten Anderson) of Up Here: The North at the Center of the World, published by the University of Washington Press. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska, the homeland of the Dena’ina, with her husband and son, and runs ariadnearchive.org, which works to highlight the work of early women writers. Follow her on twitter at @freyarohn and at freyarohn.com.
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