Essays, issue 13: oct 2016, Narratives
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the hyphenated voice by Jasmine Simone

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Jasmine Simone is a freelance writer, born and raised in dallas, texas. she graduated from the university of north texas with a B.A. in English / creative writing and a certificate in technical writing. some of her topics of interest include: millennials, women authors, the arts/humanities, and psychology. “the beast who treads the earth at night” is her first work of published poetry and is available on amazon. she is currently working on her first short story. You can find her on wordpressand twitter.

1 Comment

  1. This was so dope from start to finish. I loved the imagery and how you made such an effective use of the link break. I really enjoyed and was able to connect as you set the scene or frame for your piece and continued with that till you concluded.

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