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Anri Wheeler

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About Anri

Anri Wheeler (she/her) is a Japanese American writer, social justice educator/facilitator, and mother to three strong daughters. She is the reviews editor of Pangyrus magazine. Her words have appeared in Lit Hub, The Boston Globe, The Independent, NPR’s Cognoscenti, Hippocampus, The Brevity Blog, Romper, Entropy, The Seventh Wave, Pangyrus, Parents.com, and Memoir Mixtapes, where her piece was nominated for Best of the Net. She is a graduate of GrubStreet’s Memoir Incubator, the Tin House winter workshop, and VONA, and is working on a memoir about race, class, and mermaids. When not writing or teaching, she is energized by running and (channeling her time as a pastry cook) baking for loved ones. Born and raised in New York City, Anri lives in Massachusetts with her family.

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