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Lee Ann Dalton is a poet and fiction writer with an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her poetry has appeared in journals such as New Ohio Review, Faultline, and The Formalist. She also received the Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize from the journal Hunger Mountain. She has also collaborated with the composer Gregory W. Brown to create choral songs of protest. An active LGBTQIA+ youth advocate, Dalton is a Canadian/American dual citizen and lives in Southern New Hampshire with her husband and their daughter.
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