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Heather Gluck is a poet and editor from New York City. She received her BA from Wellesley College and her MFA from Columbia University, where she directed the Incarcerated Writers Initiative. She currently edits for Majuscule and reads for the Adroit Journal. She has previously headed the literary magazines Exchange and Some Kind of Opening and read for the Columbia Journal, Melville House Books, and the LKG Literary Agency. Her portfolio was shortlisted for the 2021 Tennessee Williams Writing Contest. You can find her work in Palette Poetry, Crosswinds Poetry Journal, and Beyond Words, among others. See more publications and editorial work here.

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