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Melinda Freudenberger is a poet. They received their undergraduate degree in Creative Writing at Santa Fe University of Art and Design where they became Editor In Chief of the university's literary magazine, Glyph, in 2016 and self-published their multi-genre thesis collection, SIN-EATER. They later earned their MFA in Poetry from The New School in New York City. Their manuscript, Dog Woman, was a finalist for the 2021 Metatron Prize. Melinda lives in New York City with their cat, Nancy. You can find their work most recently in ANMLY, Spectra Poets, and elsewhere.
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