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Jan Merete Weiss

Jan Merete Weiss grew up in Puerto Rico. She studied poetry and painting at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and received a master’s degree from NYU. Her poems have appeared in various literary magazines. She lives in New York, where she lectures at CUNY’s Lehman College.
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