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Melanie Almeder is a writer and professor of literature and creative writing. Her first book, On Dream Street, was a finalist for the Whitman Prize, and won the Editor’s Prize from Tupelo Press. Her second book of poems, At the Museum of Miracles, has placed finalist in several book contests and is under submission. Individual poems from both collections have been published in a range of journals, including, The Seneca Review, Poetry, 32 Poems, and the American Literary Review, among others. Her lyric essays about art have been included in exhibitions and exhibition books in Miami, New York, Ireland, and France.
Daesha Devón Harris is a Saratoga Springs, New York artist and photographer who has spent time in Buffalo, NY and San Francisco, CA. Both her multi-cultural family and the unexpected death of her young father have greatly shaped her life. She is a member of various organizations and plays an active role in her community as a youth advocate, social activist and cultural history preservationist. The gentrification of her hometown and its effect on the local Black community has played a major role in both her advocacy and artwork. Most recently Harris has been an En Foco Fellowship winner, MDOCS Storyteller’s Institute Fellow, Artist in Residence at the Center for Photography at Woodstock and the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, an Aaron Siskind Foundation Individual Photographer’s Fellowship awardee, a NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Photography and named one of the Royal Photographic Society’s Hundred Heroines.