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Marcy Rae Henry

Marcy Rae Henry is a Latina born and raised in Mexican-America/The Borderlands. She is a resister and an interdisciplinary artist with no social media accounts. Her writing has appeared in The Acentos Review, World Haiku Review, Chicago Literati, The Chaffey Review, Shanghai Literary Review, Beautiful Losers, and Damaged Goods Press/TQ Review: A Journal of Trans & Queer Voices. One of her short stories was longlisted for the Fish Publishing Contest in Ireland and another was a semi-finalist for the American Short(er) Fiction Contest. Her publication, The CTA Chronicles, received a Chicago Community Arts Assistance Grant. Cumbia Therapy, her confounding novel or collection of stories or whatever it is, received an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship and, though it remains unpublished in its entirety, one of the stories can be found online via the Latinx publication, The Acentos Review. Ms. M.R. Henry is currently seeking publication of two novellas. She is an Associate Professor of Humanities and Fine Arts at Harold Washington College Chicago.