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Anthony DiPietro is a Rhode Island native who worked for 12 years in community-based organizations that addressed issues such as violence, abuse, and income inequality. In 2016, he moved to New York to join Stony Brook University as a candidate for a creative writing MFA and now teaches undergraduate courses. A graduate of Brown University with honors in creative writing, his writing has earned fellowships and residencies at Aspen Summer Words, Fine Arts Work Center, The Frost Place, and Sundress Academy for the Arts. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Anomaly, Assaracus, Canyon Voices, The Good Men Project, Helen, Rogue Agent, The Southampton Review, Talking River, and others.
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