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About the contributor

Ellen Shelly has been writing for 2 years now and has been published in Eureka/Backstory/Mozzie/dámour /APC/poetry matters /Christi Press/other terrain and BREW. she has won a prize in GRIEVE loves going to PATP and FAW. She is a member of HWC.

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