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Jenise Miller is the daughter of Panamanian immigrants, great-granddaughter of Panama Canal builders, and a native of Compton and Watts. She is an urban planner, writer, and the first DSTL Arts Poet/Artist-in-Residence. A recent Voices of Our Nations Arts (VONA) fellow, her poems have been published in The Acentos Review and Dryland Literary Journal. She lives in Compton with her husband and two daughters.
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