Teri Lee Kline, though currently residing in Berkeley California, has left her heart on both theeast and west banks of the St. Croix River in Wisconsin and Minnesota. She studied at the University of Minnesota and the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis. Her short fiction has been published in Chicago’s Literary Orphans, Sein und Werden out of the UK, and in the Utter Nonsense Issue of the illustrious Black Scat Review, an international journal specializing in absurdist literature and art. She has read her work publicly around the San Francisco Bay Area. Her literary interview and profile series has highlighted Meg Pokrass, Rosemary Tantra Bensko and, most recently, Portland’s dynamic poet, Dena Rash Guzman.
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