Seema Reza is the author of A Constellation of Half-Lives (poetry, Write Bloody Publishing) and When the World Breaks Open (memoir, Red Hen Press). Based in Maryland, she is CEO of Community Building Art Works, an award-winning organization that brings workshops led by professional artists to veterans, service members, and healthcare providers. Her writing has appeared in print and online in McSweeney’s, The Feminist Wire, The Washington Post, The LA Review, The Offing, and The Nervous Breakdown among others. She has taught poetry in classrooms, jails, hospitals, and universities, and has performed across the country at universities, theaters, festivals, bookstores, conferences, and one fine mattress shop.
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