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Hasadri Kelina Freeman is an artist, writer, and media student with a focus on feminine and marginalised narratives, the radical history and potential of the publishing arts, and sociology of language. She primarily works with words, images, and manufactured waste artefacts from the 20th and 21st centuries. Her work has appeared in YES & NO Magazine, INFRINGE Magazine, the Kenyon Review, the Asian American Literary Review (forthcoming), and Literary Hub. Sri Lankan / American born and currently finishing her studies in the UK, she continues to work in diverse settings around the world.
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