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Miriam Webster


Miriam Webster lives in Naarm/Melbourne, where she thinks and writes on what is absurd and moving about the lives of women, millennial dread, and the sometimes unbearable torment of living. She has been shortlisted for various fiction and nonfiction prizes, and you can read some of her work in places like Aniko, Island, Sticky Fingers and swim meet lit mag. In June she is due to complete a Master of Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing at the University of Melbourne.

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