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About Jessica Wilcox
Jessica Wilcox (formerly Gilmartin) hails from Buffalo, New York, where she works with refugees and immigrants and raises her three children. Writing has been something that always sat in the back of her mind, only finding its way to paper sporadically. For the past two years, she has ramped up, focusing on writing short stories and flash fiction.
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