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  • Angele Ellis’s poetry appeared on a theater marquee after she won Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ G–20 Haiku Contest. Her poetry and prose also have been featured in over seventy journals and sixteen anthologies. She is author of Arab on Radar (Six Gallery), whose poems about family and heritage earned a fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Spared (A Main Street Rag Editor’s Choice Chapbook), and Under the Kaufmann’s Clock (Six Gallery), a hybrid fiction and poetry tribute to Angele’s adopted city of Pittsburgh, with photographs by Rebecca Clever. Angele has been a contributing reviewer for Vox Populi, Al Jadid Magazine, and Weave Magazine as well as for Cultural Daily. She won third prize—twice—in the 2018 and 2020 Poetry Super Highway Contest.

Book Review: Unleaving by Melissa Ostrom
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