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    *Miriam Gold—who has a particular fondness for writing book reviews—publishes works of poetry and nonfiction. She has collected over twenty-five publication credits to date with features in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Brevity, The Manifest-Station, and The Jewish Literary Journal, to name a few. In 2016, Gold completed her MFA in Los Angeles, where she also resides. *This, like most of the names in Open, is a pseudonym, as “almost every non-monogamous person in this book was rightly afraid to use their first real name, let alone their last”—and so was she. She likewise changed her husband’s name for his own privacy.

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