Katrina Otuonye recently completed her MFA in nonfiction from Chatham University in Pittsburgh. She has previously written columns for the University of Tennessee's student newspaper, the Daily Beacon, and Azibo Press, a nonprofit online publication focused on human rights in China. Her work has also been published in Marco Polo Literary Arts Mag and Granny Smith Magazine's inaugural issue, and is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review. Much of her work is creative nonfiction, and her travel writing extends from Pittsburgh to China, where she taught English as a Second Language for a year
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