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Temim Fruchter

Temim Fruchter is a writer and artist who lives and loves in Washington, DC. She likes noodles every which way and believes in magic. She is co-founder of the Mount Pleasant Poetry Project, and her first chapbook, I Wanted Just To Be Soft, came out on Anomalous Press in April 2016. Her work has appeared in [PANK], Tupelo Quarterly, Washington City Paper, The Account, and the Tishman Review, among others. More at temimfruchter.wordpress.com.

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