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    Luree Scott (she/her) is a writer and performer from San Diego, California. She received a BA in Theatre Arts and English from the University of San Diego and is currently an MFA candidate in UCR Palm Desert's Low Residency MFA for Creative Writing, where she studies fiction and playwriting. She also currently serves as a co-editor of fiction for The Coachella Review. Her works can be read in The Alcalá Review, Poets' Choice, Pink Plastic House: a tiny journal, and are forthcoming in Little Thoughts Press. Her Twitter handle is @luree_s.

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