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Kanika Lawton is a Canadian writer, poet, and editor. She is an MA Candidate at the University of Toronto’s Cinema Studies Institute, Editor-in-Chief of L’Éphémère Review, a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, and 2018 Pink Door Fellow. Her work has appeared in Rambutan Literary, Ricepaper Magazine, Vagabond City Literary Journal, Hypertrophic Literary, and Longleaf Review, among others. She is the author of Wildfire Heart (The Poetry Annals, 2018) and Loneliness, and Other Ways to Split a Body (Ghost City Press, 2018). She was born in a city she has never lived in. Make of that what you will.