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Sheena Sood

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Sheena Sood studied comparative literature and visual art at Brown University. In 2005 she was awarded the Royce Fellowship to pursue translations of short stories by contemporary Argentine women including Ana Maria Shua, Liliana Heker, Angelica Gorodischer, and Sylvia Iparraguirre. Her work has also appeared in Connecting Lines: New Poetry from Mexico. She grew up in Minnesota and is currently an artist, freelance writer, and translator living in Brooklyn, New York.

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