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the day i stopped being adorable

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robert duncan and bin ramke meet up for a drink

 

Terri Carrion was concieved in Venezuela, born in New York, raised in Los Angeles and currently lives in Hollywood, Florida. She is assistant editor for Big Bridge online (www.bigbridge.org). Other poems have or will appear in Vox, Slipstream, Pearl, Mangrove, Hanging Loose, The Cream City Review, Penumbra, Paper Tiger, and online at BigBridge.org, jackmagazine.com, poeticinhalations.com and mipoesia.com. Her photos will be featured in the next issue of Jack. She is also the director of Florida International University’s Study Abroad Program - Creative Writing in Dublin, which stays at Trinity college every summer.


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