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Rasha Abdulhadi is a Palestinian Southerner who grew up between Damascus and rural Georgia and cut their teeth organizing on the southsides of Chicago and Atlanta. Their poetry appears online and in print and will be anthologized in Halal if You Hear Me (Haymarket 2019) and Shame: an Anthology. Rasha is a contributor to Hugo-nominated anthology Luminescent Threads: Connections to Octavia Butler (Twelfth Planet Press 2017), and their first chapbook, Shell Houses, is available from The Head & The Hand Press. Rasha is a cultural organizer, fiber artist, community technologist, once and future farmer and beekeeper, and a geek for science both fiction and fact. You can find them tweeting @rashaabdulhadi and writing reviews at sinnerscreek.com